Garrison Salyer, the Hillsboro man accused of raping of his 1-year-old son, may not go before a judge as scheduled. Salyer's attorney is asking for the charges to be dismissed, and wants extrajudicial statements made by Salyers "suppressed". Salyer is facing two first-degree felony charges of rape in connection with alleged incidents involving his then one-year-old son between Jan. 1 and June 1, 2019, according to the indictment returned against him on June 1. In the motion to suppress, Salyers attorney, J.D. Waggoner, asserted that any extrajudicial statements, meaning those he had made outside of court, should be suppressed and that the charges be dismissed.