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A Humboldt County judge on Wednesday schedule the start of trial proceedings for the man who lead Eureka police on a chase though the city that ended after officers fired 42 rounds. Judge Marilyn Miles arranged a April 13 trial setting for Clayton Lasinski, 26, of Southern Humboldt. During a preliminary hearing in February, prosecutors outlined a chase that started after Lasinski allegedly fled from a California Highway Patrol Officer at the Best Western Hotel during a traffic stop. Moments later, Lasinski allegedly brandished a gun at hotel workers before fleeing through nearby streets. Officers said they spotted him at the Sole Savers auto dealership, where Lasinski allegedly pointed a gun at officers. Four officers fired throughout the chase before Lasinski collapsed on Fifth Street between A and B streets, according to accounts by law enforcement. BROWN…show more content…
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