Lyle Rivas

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Character
Lyle Rivas
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Appearances GTA IV
Full Name Lyle Rivas
Gender Gender::Male
Date of Birth 1978
Place of Birth Puerto Rico
Date of Death 2008
Age at Death 30
Nationality Puerto Rican
Home Liberty City
Family Tom Rivas (cousin)
Main Affiliations Tom Rivas
Brucie Kibbutz
Spanish Lords
Vehicles Fortune
Oracle[1]
Businesses Drug trafficking

Lyle Rivas is a minor character who appears in Grand Theft Auto IV. Lyle Rivas is the cousin of Tom Rivas[2], both born in Puerto Rico. He was once a member of the Spanish Lords. He is a mechanic and a fence for stolen cars, and also has ties to illegal street racing. He is also a friend of Brucie Kibbutz. Both share a common interest for steroid usage.

Lyle owed Brucie some money.[2] Unluckily for him, his friend Brucie was once on a roid rage and ordered his friend Niko Bellic to kill Lyle for not bringing him his money. After Niko kills both Rivas cousins, he discovers the truth behind Brucie's reasons for ordering their deaths and ends his professional relationship with the steroid junkie.[3]

LCPD Database information

Surname: Rivas

First Name: Lyle

Age: 30

Place of Birth: Puerto Rico

Affiliations: Member of the Spanish Lords.

Criminal Record:

  • 1996 - Grand Theft Auto
  • 1999 - Possession Stolen Vehicles
  • 2005 - Reckless Endangerment

Notes:

  • Puerto Rican mechanic and fence for stolen cars.
  • Ties to the illegal street racing scene and the Spanish Lords.
  • Avid body builder and steroid user.

Mission appearance

References

  1. From the mission Easy as Can Be:
    Brucie Kibbutz: "That guy, Lyle, had a car worth stealing. Can you get it?"
  2. 2.0 2.1 From the mission Out of the Closet...:
    Brucie Kibbutz: "The cousin of that guy you killed, Lyle Rivas, owes me a lot of money."
  3. From the mission No. 1:
    Niko Bellic: It sounds like you got me to kill a load of guys because you were juicing too hard. [...] We can hang out, but I'm not killing anyone else because you've got the rage."