Paul Lopez, 28, is scheduled to appear in Fontana Superior Court, according to booking records.
Police said Lopez, who had just been released from jail, kicked in the front door of a home and then jumped through a window at one point during the chase.
"He was obviously very desperate to not return to jail and was willing to endanger the lives of the public, the officers, as well as himself," said Fontana police Sgt. Robert Morris.
The incident began about 2 a.m. Saturday when an officer spotted a motorist who appeared to be speeding near the corner of Sierra and Highland avenues.
When the officer began following Lopez, he sped away and turned off the headlights on the vehicle.
Police said he reached more than 100 mph when the officer turned on his lights and siren.
He fled through the north end of the city, trying to strike another officer head on. The officer had to drive onto the sidewalk to avoid a crash.
Lopez ran several stop signs and signals before slamming into a fence at the corner of Palo Verde Avenue and Orange Way, and then a parked car nearby.
He got out of the car and jumped a fence into a yard in the 8600 block of Encina Avenue. Police say he kicked in the front door of that home, waking up the residents.
"He ran through the house to the back and jumped through a window," Morris said.
Officers chased him through the house in case he tried to harm the residents or tried to barricade himself inside.
Police eventually found Lopez hiding in a back yard in the 8600 block of Palo Verde. He fought with officers while being taken into custody, police said.
Officers discovered the vehicle Lopez was driving had been stolen from Rialto. The owners hadn't reported it missing because they were unaware of the theft.
Lopez was taken to an area hospital for treatment of injuries, including cuts he received by jumping through the window.
Police later booked Lopez into West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga on suspicion of grand theft auto, possession of stolen property, evading police and assault with a deadly weapon on a police officer.
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