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Claims initially reported about the Aaron Jones case on October 8, 2010, during his trial for three counts of mail fraud, and one count of using fire in the commission of a felony. Below you can read an update on the case, including the sentence for the criminal charges.

On Dec. 10, 2010, U.S. District Judge Brian S. Miller reluctantly sentenced Aaron Jones to 10 years in federal prison on for torching his west Little Rock home in 2008.

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