Police have released video footage from a car ramming incident on Sunday, with Mandurah detectives saying the act had posed a "significant risk to the public".
About 2.20pm on Sunday, police were called to an altercation near the intersection of Park Road and Morfitt Street in Mandurah, involving five people.
Police allege Peter Phillip Young, 35, was the driver of a Toyota Hilux that narrowly missed four people, before ramming into the back of a black Holden Commodore.
Three men and a woman with a shaved head and pony tail allegedly smashed the windows of the Toyota with baseball bats and rocks.
Mandurah Detective First Class Constable Neil Evans said an aggravated burglary and common assault on Eacott Street prior to the incident was believed to be linked.
Mr Young did not enter a plea when he appeared in the Perth Magistrates Court on Monday, charged with burglary, common assault, reckless driving, driving on a suspended licence, criminal damage and driving with false number plates.
He was remanded to appear in the Perth Magistrates court on May 23.
A 32-year-old Greenfields woman, who was allegedly driving the Holden Commodore, has been charged with having no authority to drive.
Three people were released from custody, pending further inquires.
First Class Constable Evans said a full police investigation would take place.
"It was a significant risk to the public," he said.
"That behaviour is unacceptable and I think the community would expect a thorough investigation, which is why we're appealing to members of the public for their help."
If you can help, contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.