A man has faced court after he allegedly viciously assaulted his partner and then later led police on a dangerous pursuit through several suburbs. WATCH FOOTAGE OF THE PURSUIT AND THE ARREST IN THE VIDEO PLAYER ABOVE Police say they were called to a home in Clarkson to reports Keanu Te Hiringa Hemana-O’Neill, 30, had allegedly assaulted his partner before leaving the scene about 1.30am on November 28. It is alleged hours later, about 9.50am, police tried to stop the bikie in a black Mercedes-Benz sedan on a street in Clarkson, but he allegedly failed to stop and sped away. Police say they did not try to stop the driver because of his “manner of driving”. Then, about 11.45am, police allegedly spotted the car at the intersection of Moore Drive and Connolly Drive in Currambine but it again allegedly failed to stop. The police airwing then followed the Mercedes as it drove south on Marmion Avenue through Connolly and Ocean Reef before it eventually stopped on Lone Place in Craigie. Footage released by police show the car dangerously weaving between traffic at high speed and at one stage driving in the emergency lane and accelerating through intersections. It shows the moment the man was dragged out of the car after it parked in the driveway of a home and handcuffed on the ground. He was arrested at the scene just before midday. Police charged Mr Hemana-O’Neill with two counts of reckless driving to escape police, two counts of failing to stop for police, two counts of breaching a police order, no authority to drive, impeding a person’s normal breathing or blood circulation by applying pressure to the neck and aggravated common assault and criminal damage. He faced Joondalup Magistrates Court on Monday and was remanded in custody. His next appearance is listed for December 27. A home detention bail report will be prepared in the meantime.