Police eventually caught up to him - but when they did - investigators say he told them there was a bomb in the truck.
There was no bomb - but saying there is - is a crime. So, Gonzalez is charged with making a false bomb threat.
That charge - along with ones for resisting a public officer, not having a driver's license, breaking and entering, possessing a stolen motor vehicle, possessing burglary tools, robbery with a dangerous weapon, second-degree kidnapping, and larceny of a motor vehicle - earned Gonzalez a trip behind bars - with a bond of more than $315,000.
He's also accused of failing to appear on older charges.
A judge will sort it all out - on Monday.