The district attorney's office confirmed Friday that an arrest warrant has been issued for felony evading of officers and driving in a reckless manner.
The warrant is in response to Williams' alleged wild driving in Sacramento Nov. 25.
Williams, an actor and stand-up comedian, was observed near Capitol Park noticed a driving a three-wheeled motorcycle on an L Street sidewalk, according to the CHP. The driver then hung a left on 13th onto K Street.
The motorcycle driver went onto K Street where motor vehicles are not allowed. The motorcyclist, later identified as Micah S. "Katt" Williams, allegedly almost hit five pedestrians.
Officers chased him before calling off the pursuit for safety reasons.
Williams has been drawing the attention of law enforcement recently in several cities.
He was sued by a concertgoer who said he and hundreds of fans were cheated when Williams took off his clothes and challenged people to fight during a concert in Oakland last month.
The aborted performance came two days after he was arrested on charges of attacking an aspiring rapper on his tour bus outside a downtown Oakland hotel, according to the Associated Press.
The Seattle Times reported the stand-up comedian was charged with three misdemeanor counts of fourth-degree assault connected to two incidents in Seattle last weekend.