SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Comedian Micah “Katt” Williams pleaded no contest in Sacramento Superior Court Thursday morning to charges of police evasion.

On Nov. 25, Williams allegedly led a California Highway Patrol officer on a chase on his three-wheeled motorcycle through the streets of downtown Sacramento.

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The comedian was sentenced to serve 400 hours of community service and three years unsupervised probation.

Williams was in Sacramento for a show in November. The CHP officer spotted him driving the three-wheeled motorcycle on the sidewalks of L Street before turning onto a section of K Street closed to traffic.

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After Williams reportedly rode the wrong way on Capitol Street with speeds reaching up to 35 mph, CHP called off the pursuit for safety reasons.

He would later miss a court date related to the incident, resulting in his arrest in Los Angeles.

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Shortly after the incident with CHP, Williams was arrested in Yolo County for allegedly assaulting a Woodland Target employee.