Even behind bars, Joseph Memar was caught in a second attempt to hire someone to kill Alireza Jebraeilli, of Norcross.
Gwinnett County Police say an incarcerated man arrested on murder-for-hire charges is trying to make plans to kill the same Norcross man again. In November, a plain clothes officer met with the suspect, 65-year-old Duluth resident Joseph Memar, during his visitation time, according to a news release from Gwinnett Police spokesman Cpl. Jake Smith. Memar offered the undercover officer $10,000 to kill his original victim, Alireza Jebraeilli, of Norcross. Jebraeilli is his former business partner whom Memar made a hit to kill in June. Memar directed the officer to a source outside the jail for payment, but when detectives approached that source, he refused to participate in any way. Memar has been charged with a second count of criminal …
Joseph Memar, 65, of Duluth, was arrested after police said he wanted to hire a hit man to kill his former business partner.
- POLICE & FIRE
Friday, June 29, 2012
An informant told Gwinnett County detectives June 26 that he had been contacted by Joseph Memar, 65, of Duluth. Memar wanted the informant to locate a "hit man" to murder his former business partner, Alireza Jebraeilli of Norcross. The following day, the informant met with Memar while under surveillance by Gwinnett County Police officers. Memar gave the informant $1,500 with an additional $1,500 being promised upon the completion of the crime. On June 28, the informant showed a doctored photo of Jebraeilli as "proof" to Memar that the killing had been done. Memar thanked the informant and concluded the meeting with a promise to meet the next day to pay the informant. At this point, GCPD detectives arrested Memar. Memar's charge is criminal…