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Three people charged in Genesee Co. police chase, shoplifting case

November 20, 2017 03:50 PM

UPDATE: The Orleans County Sheriff's Office has now charged the driver that initiated a chase with police after a shoplifting incident on Friday. It began in Batavia and ended in a crash in Barre, Orleans County.

Seven more charges have been filed against Shabre Young. Included are driving without a license, speed not reasonable, and failing to comply with the order of a police officer.

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Deputies also revealed $2,200 in merchandise was stolen from the Kohl's Department Store in Batavia. 

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UPDATE: Deputies have now charged three people in the chase that started in Genesee County after a shoplifting report and ended in a crash in Orleans County.

Davion Jackson, age 23, Jeremy Siplin, age 40 and Shabre Young, age 25, all from Rochester, are charged with grand larceny and conspiracy.

Young is also charged with reckless endangerment, unlawful fleeing, and reckless driving among other traffic charges.

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Deputies say a shoplifting investigation resulted in a police chase crash in Orleans County Friday afternoon.

It all started around 1:30 p.m. after a reported shoplifting at the Kohl's on Veterans Memorial Drive, deputies say.

Patrol vehicles in the area spotted the suspect vehicle and tried to stop the driver. But, they say, the driver kept going north towards Albion on Route 98.

The chase lasted for 10 to 15 miles at a high rate of speed deputies say. But, in the Town of Barre, deputies say she crashed her vehicle and hit a pole.

Deputies also say, during the chase, the suspects began throwing items from the vehicle. We're told the suspects took clothing items but no cash.

The suspects suffered minor injuries; no one else was hurt as a result.

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