The employer of a Dayton man accused in connection with a high-speed motorcycle chase through Topaz Ranch Estates told a judge he would post $10,000 bail to secure his release.
Jesus Fabian Martinez, 40, was taken into custody on Wednesday night and is facing a charge of felony eluding along with several misdemeanors.
A representative of Temple Curtis Industries in Carson City said he would post Martinez's bail in East Fork Justice Court on Friday morning.
A representative of Alternative Sentencing said that Martinez was previously difficult to supervise and failed to pay fees he owed or come to court.
A Dayton man was scheduled to appear in East Fork Justice Court this morning after he was taken into custody on Wednesday in connection with a high-speed pursuit through Topaz Ranch Estates.
Jesus Fabian Martinez, 40, was taken into custody on Wednesday night and is facing charges of eluding along with a long list of misdemeanors.
According to the sheriff’s report, a deputy eastbound on Highway 208 saw a red motorcycle split the double yellow line between several vehicles at around 126 mph at around 7:25 p.m.
The deputy pursed the motorcycle into the neighborhood on Albite and then Topaz Ranch Drive before discontinuing the pursuit.
Deputies didn’t give up looking though. Martinez was seen walking along Walker View, but after a brief conversation was allowed to continue on his way.
That was just before deputies found what they believe is the motorcycle hidden under a blanket on Walker View with the helmet on the ground.
The shoes Martinez was wearing reportedly matched the pattern of prints walking away from the motorcycle.