Road spikes were used by police to puncture the tyres on a stolen Ford Ranger in Evatt on Sunday to stop a man fleeing police.
The offender, now under guard in hospital, will also be questioned in relation to multiple ram raids across the territory last week.
The 35-year-old Aranda man will face a bedside hearing on Monday where initially he will be charged with a series of driving offences including drive motor vehicle without consent, drive while disqualified, and failing to stop for police.
Further charges in relation to the ramraids are pending.
Between midnight and 9.30am on Sunday, September 6, 2020 a silver Ford Ranger was stolen from a property near Yass, in NSW.
Police will allege the same offender was responsible for a number of ram raids in the following 48 hours.
About 1.30am on Sunday, police patrolling in Braddon spotted the stolen car and attempted to stop the driver.
The offender failed to stop and continued on Girrahween Street and northbound on Northbourne Avenue.
The vehicle then turned onto the Barton Highway and proceeded into Evatt where the road spikes were successfully deployed to puncture the car's tyres.
A short time later, the vehicle was located abandoned on Maribyrnong Avenue, near Wakool Circuit, Kaleen.
The driver, who was also wanted on a first instance warrant and was allegedly in breach of his bail conditions for a previous offence, had dumped the stolen car and fled on foot but a police canine team was then sent to search and located him some time later.