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Thirty-four-year-old Aaron Jones and his family seemed to have it all. That is, until it all went up in smoke and Jones was tried on felony convictions.

The Arkansas developer seemed to have achieved a life of luxury for himself and his family, with a $1.6 million home in Little Rock, and a vacation house in Florida. This rich lifestyle, however, led to financial trouble in the Jones household. Jones missed a $300,000 balloon payment on his mortgage, and was borrowing against that home to pay for the million-dollar vacation house in Florida.

Even though the defense claims that Jones was worth more than $4 million with hundreds of thousands of dollars in assets, the money troubles were apparently too much to handle, and the Jones family took a trip to the vacation home to get away. Mr. Jones couldn’t stay long, though, as he had some business to take care of back in Arkansas.

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