April 20, 2017 - 3:06 pm - Posted in News

Revelorio GarciaRock Rapids, Iowa — A man facing a laundry list of charges after a pursuit in Rock Rapids last November looks to have accepted a plea bargain, according to court records.

The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office says that on Tuesday, November 22, 2016, they responded to a suspicious vehicle parked on the side of the road near the Highway 75 and 220th St intersection, six miles south of Rock Rapids’ south side. As a Lyon County deputy arrived in the area the vehicle left the scene. It was allegedly observed traveling at a high rate of speed and passing in a prohibited area. They report that the deputy activated his emergency lights and siren in an attempt to stop the vehicle. Sheriff’s officials say the vehicle continued traveling at a high rate of speed and passed vehicles in prohibited areas. They tell us that another Lyon County deputy deployed his spike strips on the south edge of Rock Rapids city limits. The vehicle struck the spike strips and continued into the city at a high rate of speed, again allegedly passing in a prohibited area. They say the vehicle attempted to turn westbound on Highway 9 but was unable to make the turn as all four tires had been deflated by the spike strips. The driver, identified as 21-year-old Bayron Revolorio Garcia, was arrested.

Revolorio Garcia was charged with class D felony counts of eluding and forgery; as well as Identity Theft, an aggravated misdemeanor; first offense OWI, a serious misdemeanor; and 15 simple misdemeanor counts related to driving and the possession of drug paraphernalia.

According to court records, Revolorio Garcia faces a plea-taking and sentencing on Monday, May 1st in Lyon County District Court in Rock Rapids.

His jury trial was to have started on June 27th.

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