Trial scheduled in 100+ mph motorcycle chase

Authorities say they pursued man from Bremer to Butler counties.

Posted: Jul 16, 2019 8:20 PM

WAVLERY, Iowa – A trial is set for a man accused of a leading authorities on a chase that reached 127 miles per hour.

Dylan Jacobs, 20 of Clarksville, has pleaded not guilty to eluding. He was arrested June 5 after a pursuit that began in Bremer County and continued into Butler County. Law enforcement says Jacobs was riding a motorcycle and refused repeated attempts to pull him over before he was finally taken into custody.

His trial is now scheduled to begin on October 10.

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