REXBURG — A person accused of main police on a pursuit via the streets of Rexburg with stolen weapons in his truck will stand trial.
The case of Travis Castro, 30, was moved to district court docket Wednesday following a preliminary listening to in Madison County on 4 felony expenses: eluding police, possessing of stolen property and two counts of possession of a managed substance.
In the course of the listening to, Madison County Prosecutor Sid Brown performed sprint cam video of police following Castro through the Aug. 19 pursuit till he crashed in downtown Rexburg. Police have stated he was wished in connection to the housebreaking of Weapons N Gear in Idaho Falls final month.
Six autos have been broken within the crash, together with the truck Castro was driving. There was additionally a stolen four-wheeler at the back of the truck.
Justice of the Peace Decide Colin Luke discovered there was sufficient proof to assist crime had been dedicated and moved the case to district court docket.
Castro is scheduled to be arraigned later this month.
Along with the 4 felonies in Madison County, Castro is being held on three misdemeanor warrants out of Bonneville County and a felony warrant for grand theft. The felony warrant stemmed from an unrelated Idaho Falls police theft of a car case from Might.