A young father who allegedly led police on a high-speed chase through the southern suburbs of Perth was wanted for questioning over a shooting, a court has been told. Golden Bay man Jordy Michael Lock appeared in Rockingham Magistrates Court on Wednesday charged with reckless driving to escape pursuit by police, failing to comply with a direction to stop, driving with false licence plates and unlicensed possession of a firearm or ammunition. Prosecutor Sergeant Naomi Foster said police were looking for the 26-year-old in relation to an incident where another man was allegedly shot. Sgt Foster said police were tipped off that Mr Lock was at an address in Orelia and were on the lookout for a black motorcycle with false registration plates. About 10.05am on Tuesday morning, police spotted a black Suzuki motorcycle matching the description speeding along Hennessey Avenue in Orelia. Police attempted to stop Mr Lock but he instead allegedly continued to speed through Baldivis, Kwinana and Wellard. The court was told the police helicopter was used to help officers track the motorcycle to the Wellard train station carpark where Mr Lock was arrested. Mr Lock did not have a lawyer representing him, telling the court: “I just want to get this over and done with today”. Magistrate Vivien Edwards refused bail and advised the young father to get legal advice. Mr Lock has been remanded in custody until his next appearance on December 2.