All Charges Dropped by DA Against IPS CEO Aaron Jones after Case Falls Apart


February 8, 2024, 9:47 pm

By: ABQRAW staff

Posted: 02/08/2024 @ 3:00PM

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IPS CEO Aaron Jones

Albuquerque – And just like that the case against IPS CEO Aaron Jones, his daughter Isabel Jones, President, and their long time friend Graham Page Executive Assistant to the President and Co-CEO was dismissed today. We learned that the victim in the case was being uncooperative with prosecutors and was not willing to testify in any kind of case against the trio.

On January 12th, 2024, Aaron Jones, the owner of International Protective Service Inc., was meeting with his daughter and a business associate at a Popeyes restaurant located on 4240 San Mateo Blvd. NE. An incident occurred in the parking lot involving Jones’ daughter, and a firearm was allegedly brandished by Jones towards a male in the parking lot.

We reached out to the 2nd Judicial District DA’s offices public information officer Nancy Laflin and they said that, “without the cooperation of the alleged victim they had no felony case to prosecute and they would not be moving forward”. The case could always be re-filed some day but it is highly unlikely.

We reached out to IPS’s Mr. Jones and he said:

“We are obviously pleased and appreciative for the DA’s decision on this matter, after reviewing the facts of this case. It is now time to get back to our lives, and get back to work trying to make Albuquerque, and beyond, safer places to live and work. We appreciate the amazing support and prayers we have received from the community. It certainly helped make this awful ordeal more bearable. God is good.”


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