7:35 P.M (MST)
Marcos Angel Medina of Yuma appeared before Yuma Justice County Court Tuesday.
His arrest stems from an incident Saturday afternoon when Yuma police attempted to pull Medina over during a routine traffic stop.
After initially slowing down, he sped away as officers approached his 1998 Nissan Altima, nearly hitting a second patrol vehicle.
Medina then lost control of his own vehicle in the area of 2nd Avenue and 5th Street, where he collided with a parked car and motor scooter.
He was arrested after a short foot chase.
The 29-year-old was presented with five felony counts by the judge, including aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, that being his car, and unlawful flight from law enforcement.
He is also being charged with possession of dangerous drugs, that being methamphetamine, and drug paraphernalia, which were found in his car following his arrest.
Bond for the former agriculture worker has been set at more than $256,000.