Suspect denied bond in 100 mph chase that spanned four counties

Ever Alexe Bonilla // Cameron County Jail Photo

A judge has denied bond for a man accused of leading authorities on a 100 mph chase that started in Kingsville and ended 100 miles away in Rio Hondo.

Cameron County Sheriff's Department deputies arrested 27-year-old Ever Alexe Bonilla on multiple criminal charges early Friday morning.

Records released on Saturday reveal that the the chase all started in Kingsville around 5 a.m. Friday where Bonilla was behind the wheels of a stolen pickup truck.

Bonilla lead authorities on a chase down Highway 77 and into Kenedy County then Willacy County and finally Cameron County.

The chase continued through downtown San Benito and ended with bailing out on Canelo Loop in Rio Hondo.

Deputies arrested Bonilla on unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, reckless driving, evading arrest in a motor vehicle and evading arrest on foot charges.

Court records show that Bonilla has a criminal history for drugs, auto burglary, trespassing, family violence and criminal mischief going back to January 2003.

Bonilla appeared before a Cameron County Magistrate Court judge on Saturday morning where he was denied bond.