On that day, he drove over 100 mph and failed to take evasive action, according to his indictment, which a grand jury handed down Thursday.
Baldera pulled away from the traffic stop and turned onto
The speed limit on that stretch of road is 40 mph, according to the crash report.
At the time, the trooper charged Baldera with not having a driver's license or insurance and evading arrest.
The court appointed Jake Srp, of
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