Sunday, September 18, 2016

Judge revokes Ace Mohr's bond, hearing set for Monday

Judge John Nicholas revoked the bond of Ace Mohr, 23, Carthage, Thursday, according to online Jasper County Circuit Court records.

A hearing on Mohr's bond is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Monday before Judge Nicholas.

Mohr was free on bond on multiple felony drug charges when the Joplin Police Department arrested him August 30 for an armed robbery at 7th and Moffet. No charges were filed Mohr, nor have they been filed nearly three weeks after the arrest.

The Jasper County Prosecuting Attorney's office dropped two earlier armed robbery charges against Mohr, the first for a 2013 robbery of a customer at the Sonic Drive-In in Carthage and the second for a 2015 robbery at the Guest House Hotel in Carthage.

The bond revocation comes after Joplin Police arrested Mohr at Ernie Williamson Music Store on Range Line on a felony receiving stolen property charge. At that time, Mohr's bond was set at $10,000 cash only.

In his motion to revoke Mohr's bond, Jasper County Prosecuting Attorney Dean Dankelson cited Mohr's charge of possession of a controlled substance and his subsequent charge of receiving stolen property.

On July 22, 2016, the defendant posted the surety bond by Allison Bonding Company. One of the conditions of bond is to not again violate the law.

On September 4, 2016, defendant was charged with receiving stolen property and has numerous charges pending.

Based on the foregoing, the State of Missouri prays the Court revoke the bond of the defendant, deny further bond, and impose such conditions as to protect the public and for other such orders as the Court may deem necessary and proper.

On Thursday, the prosecuting attorney's office upgraded the possession charge to possession with intent to distribute.


Anonymous said...

Prosecutors office is still doing a horrible job on this. I heard someone say that they are so overworked and that's the reason for all this crap with Mohrs case(s). Yeah....overworked....that's it.

Anonymous said...

Yeah....overworked....that's it.

Well, letting someone like him out on the streets again and again and again will certainly increase their workload....

Anonymous said...

Seems like there is a chance the prosecutors would have had less work now if Mohr had properly been prosecuted earlier in his alleged serial crime spree.

Not to mention the lack of deterrence for other of Mohr's criminally inclined acquaintances, which may produce additional work for the prosecutors in the future.

But what do I know?

Anonymous said...

What's happening with that Pillsbury Doughboy motorcycle punk?

Inquiring minds....

Anonymous said...

Also at

Anonymous said...

Which Pillsbury Doughboy motorcycle punk?

The one who was alleged to have gone 124mph and later allegedly injured an officer attempting to arrest him?

Apparently this one was arrested on 9-15-2016 account twelve(!) bench warrants.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, any way you cut it, it shows that Dankelson's office needs to be investigated.

Anonymous said...

923 that's the fat kid who is a pimple on the arse of society