Fugitives General Crime

San Jose Real Estate Agent Amalek Elyassnia Charged With Scamming Investors In $500K For Non-Existent Building


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An arrest warrant has been issued for a San Jose real estate agent charged with scamming victims in a deal involving a building in Modesto, prosecutors said today. Amalek Elyassnia is wanted on 10 charges of grand theft filed by the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office on April 22, Deputy District Attorney Katharina Wells said.

Prosecutors allege that Elyassnia scammed a number of people out of about $500,000 after persuading them to invest in a medical office building in Modesto that did not exist, Wells said.

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