MSOP assault case: Prison was intention

Victim has lingering health issues from vicious May attack


July 21, 2023

A man housed in the Minnesota Sex Offender Program facility in Moose Lake was sentenced to 220 months — over 18 years — in state prison Monday to attempted second-degree murder.

Nicolas Ladell Aron-Jones’ victim made a statement in the hearing, as did the offender, saying he prefers prison time to the MSOP.

Aron-Jones, 29, pleaded guilty in May to the most serious of four charges against him. Under the terms of the plea agreement, the other charges of first-, second- and fourth-degree assault were dismissed.

“He attempted to kill someone so he got dang near the maximum sentence,” said Jeffrey...

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