Sibley, Iowa — The four defendants in the Sibley home-invasion robbery case look to have accepted plea bargains.
The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office reported that on August 21, 2016, their deputies arrested 35-year-old Jose Manuel Maldonado Castillo of Sibley on charges of Robbery in the 1st Degree, a class B Felony; two counts of Assault while Participating in a Felony; Going Armed with Intent; Interference with Official Acts with a Dangerous Weapon; and Unauthorized Possession of a Dangerous Weapon, all class D Felonies. They said they also arrested 25-year-old Peter Nazario Alvira of Sibley, as well as 55-year-old Pedro Juan Figueroa Rios and 38-year-old Nicomedes Montanez Cruz, both of Sioux City — and charged them all with Robbery in the 1st Degree, a class B Felony.
Montanez Cruz will face a plea hearing on Thursday, November 10th. Maldonado Castillo and Nazario Alvira are both scheduled for plea taking and sentencing on Friday, December 9th.
The fourth defendant, Figueroa Rios had a plea hearing on Friday.