ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Rochester police swarmed a car in Brighton Monday night, a vehicle they say had been stolen at gunpoint.
Rochester police say the car was stolen on Upper Falls Boulevard and hit a marked patrol car while taking off. An adult and two minors were taken into custody after a chase ending on Brighton Henrietta Town Line Road. Two of them were being treated for minor injuries. Nobody else was injured, police say.
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