A high-speed pursuit through parts of Iberia comes to an end with a Brumley man facing felony charges. A probable cause statement filed in the Miller County Courthouse indicates the sequence of events started in the Caseys parking lot where an officer was investigating a report of a suspicious person. John Reyes then, allegedly, put his pick up truck in reverse at a high rate of speed almost striking the officer before fleeing toward Highway-42. The pursuit reached 85 miles per hour with Reyes driving in the opposite lane at times running others off the road before turning onto Route-A. Reyes, again, narrowly missed the officer who had passed him attempting to bring the pursuit to an end. It did end without any further incident when Reyes pulled into a driveway. He is charged with a Class-A felony for attempted assault on law enforcement and a Class-E felony for resisting. Reyes, who reportedly admitted to drinking before the pursuit and refused to submit a U-A, had also been wanted on a parole warrant out of Arkansas. His bond, in Miller County, was set at $100-thousand.