Iowa Point out Patrol: Suspect drove stolen motorcycle much more than 110 mph in the course of chaseNovember 26, 2021
A 21-12 months-aged Rock Island male faces 3 felony prices immediately after police say he went additional than 110 mph during a chase on a stolen bike.
Jonathan Schmacht faces felony costs of second-diploma legal mischief, next-diploma theft and eluding – injuries, OWI, medication or participation in felony, courtroom documents say.
Shortly immediately after 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Schmacht was driving a 2005 Suzuki motorcycle that turned south on to Marquette from Locust Road in Davenport, an arrest affidavit suggests.
The motorcycle did not stop at the cease indication at West 15th Street and continued touring south on to Marquette at a significant rate of speed.
An Iowa State Patrol officer pursued the motorbike south on Marquette to River Generate and then eastbound on River Drive. The bike ongoing traveling east on River Generate at a large rate of velocity – extra than 110 mph – out of Davenport town limits and into Bettendorf, the affidavit suggests.
Just prior to the intersection of Devils Glen and Condition Avenue, Schmacht tried to turn in to the Shell gas station. He lost manage and arrived off the motorbike, returned to the motorcycle and experimented with to select it up, then was taken into custody.
Schmacht experienced no legitimate Illinois license and there was no insurance on the bike, which was stolen out of
Rock Island, the affidavit states.
“The bike experienced problems from staying laid down and also experienced been spray painted around the unique bicycle color,” the affidavit says.
A preliminary listening to for Schmacht, who was staying held Thursday on $5,000 bond in Scott County Jail, is established for Dec. 3 in Scott County Court docket, in accordance to court docket data.