Following his arrest final week, Steven Hanna, 42 of Alameda confronted jail arraignment Monday on expenses stemming from an tried housebreaking investigation in rural Fairfield that escalated right into a car chase that ended with the suspect ramming a patrol automobile earlier than crashing right into a truck that disabled his truck and led to a quick foot chase.

Hanna, appeared in Division 24, Commissioner Bryan J. Kim’s courtroom, within the Corridor of Justice for the continuing, and he has apparently pleaded not responsible. Kim set the defendant’s bail at $360,000.

Kim assigned the case to Division 9, the place at 8:30 a.m. Friday, Hanna will face Choose Carlos R. Gutierrez for a pretrial companies report and a readiness convention within the Justice Heart in Fairfield. The defendant, who’s being represented by the Solano County Public Defender and stays in Solano County Jail, additionally faces a preliminary listening to at 10 a.m. Sept. 28, additionally in Division 9, in accordance with court docket and jail data.

The chaos began round 3:30 p.m. Thursday, when Solano County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the realm of Mankas Nook Highway for a report of an “occupied residential housebreaking in progress.”

The sufferer mentioned a person was trying to interrupt into her residence. He was making an attempt to open doorways and home windows, she mentioned, and reduce a gap in a window display. When she yelled at him, he reportedly took off in a black Toyota pickup.

As deputies spoke with the girl, the suspect drove by the house and was recognized by the sufferer because the suspect, officers mentioned. Deputies ordered the suspect to cease however he sped off, officers mentioned, main deputies — and later the California Freeway Patrol — on an estimated 42-minute pursuit by way of Suisun Valley and Freeway 12 within the Rio Vista space.

A CHP air unit additionally joined the pursuit.