The probable cause statement says the assault took place Saturday morning. The victim's name, sex and the location were redacted.
The statement says Mohr "pushed (the victim's) face into a wall causing (the victim's) upper lip to break and bleeding to occur.
"Ace then locked (the victim) in the bathroom, taunting (the victim) to kill (redacted). He then shoved (the victim's) face into broken glass on the floor causing a laceration on the forehead and serious bleeding to occur."
The victim was able to break away from Mohr, according to the statement and 911 was contacted.
On March 5, Judge David Mouton sentenced Mohr to five years in prison, then suspended the sentence and placed him on probation for five years on charges of receiving stolen property and possession of heroin with intent to distribute. As part of his plea agreement, multiple felony charges, including possession of methamphetamine and cocaine, were dropped.
If this domestic assault is deemed to be a probation violation, it will be the second that has been filed against Mohr in the short time since his sentencing.
Jasper County Circuit Court records show a probation violation report was filed July 12, though no indication was given of what caused the report and it was recommended that Mohr's probation be continued.