The man who led police on a wild, dangerous chase through north Charlotte must stay in jail for two more weeks before a judge will consider lowering his bond.
Suspect Marcus James appeared on camera in a video arraignment related to the seven charges against him.
Channel 9 captured the entire pursuit with a tower camera Thursday morning around 9:30 a.m.
James faces a long list of charges after the chase. Friday was a quick court appearance for James. He was given a court-appointed attorney, and a bond hearing was set for Jan. 14, as well as a probable cause hearing on Jan. 25.
Channel 9 learned that James was released from jail just before Christmas after being charged with receiving a stolen vehicle.
James drove down North Tryon Street on the wrong side of the road and side-swiped a man coming in the opposite direction, troopers said.
James was in court on charges including hit and run, reckless driving and driving without a license.
Eyewitness News was told if James can make bond -- which, according to the county jail website, is more than $50,000 -- he'll be placed on house arrest or electronic monitoring with a 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew.
Read the original story with full details on the chase and witness accounts here.