9:25 P.M (MST)
Enrique Rivera was back in court Tuesday afternoon after an incident in which the 31-year-old irrigation worker fled from police after they tried to pull him over Saturday night.
Sheriff’s deputies tried to pull over Rivera on Avenue B, but when officers approached the vehicle, they heard a woman inside screaming for help.
This was when deputies say Rivera sped off, reaching speeds of over 100 miles per hour before he smashed into another car.
As police arrested the Yuma citizen, they found cocaine and drug paraphernalia inside the vehicle.
In court on Sunday, the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office filed three charges against Rivera, including unlawful flight from law enforcement, as well as unlawful imprisonment and endangerment.
His bond for those offenses remains at nearly $165,000.
On top of those charges, he is now facing two additional offenses being filed by the Yuma Police Department.
Those are for the unlawful possession of cocaine, as well as possession of drug paraphernalia.
His bond for those charges has been set at $31,000, making his bond a grand total of just under $196,000.
Rivera could still face additional charges, as the Yuma County Sheriff’s office continues to investigate the incident, as they believe alcohol was a factor.