Feb 3, 2017

Clayton Lasinski held to answer on all counts after preliminary except no holding order for Count 8

Clayton Lasinski, the man who led EPD through a chase during rush hour and was ultimately arrested after being shot in an officer involved shooting had his preliminary hearing this morning.

Two CHP officers and the lead investigator from EPD testified.

"I'm strapped; I'm strapped" is what Lasinski allegedly yelled at one Best Western employee. EPD officers Stephen Linfoot and Dustin Nantz told EPD Senior Detective John Gordon they were "fearful" for their lives as the reason for discharging their weapons at Lasinski.

Before cross examination of two witnesses, Lasunski appeared to share information and frustration with his attorney, Mr. Greg Elvine Kreis, who patiently seemed to listen and be explaining something to him.

Arraignment on February 16 in Courtroom 2.

Held to answer on all counts (except 8) and all special allegations.

Feb 2, 2017

Clayton Lasinski preliminary continued until tomorrow morning due to courtroom availability

Clayton Lasinki's preliminary hearing was scheduled this morning at 9:45 a.m. in Courtroom 4.

Due to courtroom availability, it was continued to tomorrow morning at 8:30 a.m. in Courtroom 7.

He is charged with 15 counts.

Deputy District Attorney Luke Bernthal is prosecuting the case. Conflict Counsel's Mr. Greg Elvine-Kreis has been appointed to represent Lasinski.

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