Pilot in Deadly Yorba Linda Crash Used Multiple Identities to Hide Money, Ex-Wife Says in Court Filings

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The scene at 19941 Crestknoll Drive where a Cessna airplane crashed into a home on February 6, 2019, in Yorba Linda. (Credit: Dania Maxwell / Los Angeles Times)

The scene at 19941 Crestknoll Drive where a Cessna airplane crashed into a home on February 6, 2019, in Yorba Linda. (Credit: Dania Maxwell / Los Angeles Times)

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Jordan Aaron was the president of a Carson City sushi restaurant who once ran for justice of the peace in Arizona. Antonio Pastini was the brash ex-Chicago cop who befriended a brothel mogul and spun yarns of a bare-knuckled youth in the Windy City that read like a cross between “Goodfellas” and “The Outsiders.”

They were one and the same person.

He used two names and two Social Security numbers. He kept different driver’s licenses and bank accounts under the two names, an ex-wife alleged. The ex-wife — one of four — said in court filings that he kept multiple identities to hide money, and she hinted that he had “trouble with the law.”

But he might have lived out his days simply as Tony Pastini, the garrulous retired cop, had his twin-engine Cessna not plummeted 7,800 feet on Feb. 3 into an Orange County suburb, killing him and four people who were on the ground.

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