Man charged with firing bullets into home on Newcomb Street; Arrested after chase

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. — A man, 32, is charged with firing bullets into a home on Newcomb Street off Clifford Avenue on Wednesday morning.

Dawrin Rosado was arrested after Rochester Police say he led them on a chase that ended in a crash. Officers began investigating just after 2:45 a.m. after getting reports of shots fired around Newcomb Street. RPD says a car sped away from that area and refused to pull over, leading to a chase.

The chase moved from the city’s northeast side to the city’s west side, where the car crashed into a light pole on Mount Read Boulevard just north of Lyell Avenue. RPD says the suspect’s car was driving the wrong way when the crash happened.

Officers say they caught Rosado after he tried to run. He was taken to Rochester General Hospital for a complaint of pain.

Investigators determined that Rosado fired a handgun into the home in violation of an order of protection. Rosado is charged with criminal possession of a weapon, reckless endangerment, criminal contempt, unlawful fleeing a police officer, and traffic infractions. He was taken to the Monroe County Jail.

Mount Read Boulevard has reopened to traffic after it was shut down between Lyell Avenue and Emerson Street because of downed wires and pole.