Mehrdad Fotoohighiam is on trial for first-degree arson and is accused of paying his employee James Hall $500 to burn down a trailer home.
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Mehrdad Fotoohighiam, who owns Columbia-based engineering firm ETI, is on trial for first-degree arson. He is also charged with conspiracy to commit first-degree murder and attempted murder. He is accused of paying James Hall, his employee, $500 to burn down a trailer home.
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Mehrdad Fotoohighiam is being tried on several charges — including attempted murder — for hiring someone to set fire to a mobile home occupied by Marcia Green.
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