UPDATE, 12.45pm: A 21-year-old Portland man has had his bail revoked after borrowing a car and not returning it until after he was clocked two days later at 151km/h in an 80 zone.
Portland police Sergeant Alex Gettens said the driver was arrested while trying to hide in the front yard of an Oswald Street address on Monday afternoon.
He was interviewed, charged with nine offences and has been remanded in custody overnight Monday to appear in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court on Tuesday for a bail/remand hearing.
In that hearing his bail was revoked and he will be back in koori court on February 25 to plead guilty to other charges.
The man is now facing a number of police briefs of evidence.
Sergeant Gettens said the man's driving was incredibly reckless in a built-up area and put all other road users at risk of serious injury or death.
The man has been charged with offences including theft of a vehicle, reckless conduct endangering serious injury, evading police and driving at a dangerous speed.
He was already on bail after being charged with burglary, theft and driving while disqualified on January 22.
Police will allege the man borrowed a car from a friend on Saturday but did not return the vehicle, which was later reported as stolen.
Sergeant Gettens said the vehicle was seen by police at 8.20pm Sunday being driven incredibly fast along Portland's Barkly Street.
Police officers activated their lights and sirens and the vehicle accelerated away.
It was later seen on Wellington Road heading towards the Ring Road where it was checked on radar at 151km/h in the 80 zone.
Sergeant Gettens said the driver then tried to return the vehicle to the owner on Monday about 1pm.
He yelled and swore at the owner of the car after being told it had been reported stolen and he then smashed the back window.
The man then ran off, police were called and found him in the front yard where he was arrested.
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