Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Dankelson files felony charge against Prall, nothing against Ace Mohr
Prall was arrested on charges of robbery in the first degree, conspiracy to commit robbery, and possession of a controlled substance. Mohr was charged with robbery in the first degree, armed
criminal action, and possession of a controlled substance, according to a police department news release.
The charge filed today against Prall was a felony- delivery or manufacture of a controlled substance with intent.
The probable cause statement outlines the case against Prall:
Prall was stopped driving a vehicle during an investigation of an armed robbery. Prall was found to be in possession of a large amount of currency and a burnt marijuana cigarette.
Search of the vehicle Prall was driving revealed the following items under the driver's seat- a black Vaultz nylon zippered pouch that was unlocked. Inside the pouch was a baggie with 4.3 grams of a crystal substance that field tested positive for methamphetamine.
Also in the pouch was a notepad with dollar amounts in it, a ledger, a digital scale with crystal residue in it, a sunglasses bag with multiple small empty zip lock type plastic baggies inside.Also in the bag was a straight, glass methamphetamine pipe was a red straw and a blue ink pen.
Court records indicate this is the first time Prall was been charged with a felony. He has a careless and imprudent driving charge pending in Newton County.
If Dankelson files armed robbery charges against Mohr, it will be the third time he has done so. On the two previous occasions, a 2013 robbery of a customer at the Sonic Drive-In in Carthage and a 2015 robbery of a man at the Guest House Motel in Carthage.
Mohr currently faces seven felony charges in Jasper County Circuit Court, including drug possession and trafficking, involving heroin, cocaine, and methamphetamine.
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