A man will spend close to six years in prison after pleading guilty Monday to 2016 crimes that included breaking into a home where he worked as a landscaper, attacking a woman whose bank cards he stole and ramming a pickup into a patrol car.Jose B. Giron-Padilla, 33, pleaded guilty to second-degree assault, attempting to elude police, second-degree identity theft, second-degree possession of stolen property, second-degree robbery and residential burglary.According to court records, Giron-Padilla, who is listed as transient in court records, blew though a stoplight on Fourth Plain Boulevard Sept. 2, 2016, and accelerated when a Vancouver police officer attempted to stop his pickup. Giron-Padilla led the officer on a chase that reached speeds of 80 mph.Eventually, Giron-Padilla turned into to a cul-de-sac, turned his truck around and rammed a patrol car on the driver’s side. Giron-Padilla then fled on foot and wasn’t found. No one was hurt badly.Passengers in the pickup identified Giron-Padilla as the driver, according to court records.Several days later, Vancouver police responded to a disturbance at a Mexican goods store, La Mexicanita, according to court documents. A woman there said someone had stolen her purse from her car that morning. She saw the thief, but he got away.