Driver crashes into Chili Avenue home amid search for robbery suspect
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — No one was hurt when a man crashed into a home in Rochester Tuesday night.
The U.S. Marshal’s Office says it tried to pull over a driver behind the wheel of a vehicle associated with a robbery suspect. The driver, police say, failed to stop and drove into a house at the corner of Chili Avenue and Garfield Street.
The driver took off but was caught after a short foot chase and was ticketed for leaving the scene of an accident.
The Rochester Fire Department deemed the house structurally sound.
Meanwhile, police continue to look for Tydarious Stewart, 31, who allegedly committed an armed robbery at a Gates store back in October.