Tuesday, November 08, 2016
Ace Mohr back on the streets
Mohr was already awaiting trial on numerous drug charges, involving possession and/or intent to distribute heroin, methamphetamine, and marijuana.
And now, Ace Mohr, who has been arrested three times in the past three years for armed robbery, but has seen Jasper County Prosecuting Attorney Dean Dankelson drop the charges in two of those cases and fail to file charges in the third, is back on the streets.
Judge David Mouton reduced Mohr's bond from $10,000 cash only to a $5,000 surety bond Friday and Jasper County Jail records indicate Mohr is no longer on the inmate roster.
In the motion, he filed for bond reduction, Mohr's attorney, Jonathan Pierce, said that his client has been accepted into the Lazarus House, a Christian-based recovery center that deals with alcohol and drug abuse, including methamphetamines.
Mouton set as a condition of Mohr's bond reduction that he has to enter Lazarus House within seven days of his release and Pierce has to provide evidence he has entered to the court by December 1.
The next hearing in Mohr's receiving stolen property case is scheduled for 1 p.m. January 23.