BAKERSFIELD - The parolee, accused of shooting at Bakersfield police officers and putting an entire block under lock down, was scheduled to face a judge for the first time Friday.
Miguel Villanueva, 29, entered a plea of not guilty Friday afternoon on four felonies, including attempted murder and assault with a firearm on a peace officer.
The BPD said Villanueva led officers on a high speed chase in Southwest Bakersfield, before barricading himself inside a garage on Parkwood Court and shooting at officers.
No officers were hurt, but Villanueva was shot and wounded by police.
He his being held on $5 million bail.
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