A man has pleaded not guilty to allegations he was in a high speed police chase in Spalding in September, but admitted to giving police false details during his arrest. Roderick George Boddington, 27, appeared in Geraldton Magistrates Court from remand on 31 charges, 10 of them relating to an alleged police pursuit on Tuesday, September 12. Mr Boddington pleaded not guilty to driving an unregistered car, possession of a stolen licence, aggravated failure to comply with police direction, four counts of reckless driving, four counts of no authority to drive and threatening to kill a woman in circumstances of aggravation. He did plead guilty to giving false details to police, possessing methamphetamine in Balga on July 28, three counts of breaching bail and three counts of breaching conditional release order. Mr Boddington is yet to enter pleas for robbery, burglary, stealing, being armed in a way to cause fear, attempted burglary, attempt to steal a motor vehicle and obstructing police officers. Outside court, Geraldton police alleged a vehicle was observed travelling at high speeds along Mitchell Street, Spalding. Police attempted to intercept the vehicle but it was allegedly travelling in excess of 100km/h in a 60km zone. Officers used a tyre spike device on the vehicle. The case was adjourned to Monday, January 15 for a trial allocation date and for pleas for the remaining charges. Mr Boddington was remanded in custody.