Sacramento Property Owner Fails to Make Court-ordered Repairs, Gets Thrown in Jail

Cameron Kambiz Razavi Twin Garden Apartments Carmichael California

February 16, 2018 |

A property owner who failed to make court-ordered repairs has been taken into custody on Wednesday, February 14 and is being held at the Sacramento County Jail. 

On October 13, 2016, Cameron Kambiz Razavi, 59, pled guilty to two Sacramento County code violations for permitting substandard dwelling units and permitting junk and rubbish to accumulate at the Twin Gardens Apartments, in Carmichael. As part of the plea agreement, Razavi was ordered to do community service, correct all building and code violations, and pay $15,000 dollars to the District Attorney trust fund for investment in the community.

His progress in repairing the violations was monitored by the court every 90 days. Razavi repeatedly failed to make mandatory appearances where he was to show proof that he corrected the violations.

As a result of his failure to comply and appear, Judge Kevin McCormick ordered him to serve three weeks in jail. Razavi will return to court on March 5, 2018, to show proof that he has fixed the violations, and if he fails to do so he will serve another 30 day jail sentence.

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