Two men charged after police chase in Rochester

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Two people are facing charges after a police chase in the City of Rochester Tuesday morning.

Officer ssay one of the men arrested, 34-year-old Phillip Holley, is wanted for a shooting on White Swan Drive in Greece over the weekend.

In that shooting, police said Holley was involved in a violent domestic dispute with another woman Sunday morning. During the dispute, the woman called another man for help, who police said Holley later shot in the leg.

The victim was listed in stable condition after the shooting, police said.

Greece police say Holley was arrested Tuesday morning around 9:40 a.m. when he was spotted by officers getting into a vehicle on Tremont Street in Rochester.

Greece police tried to stop the vehicle, which officers said was driven by 35-year-old Corey Bowman, but it kept going, leading to a short chase.

The vehicle later crashed into a parked van on Saxton Street. At that point, police say both Holley and Bowman took off on foot. but were quickly taken into custody.

Holley is now charged with assault, criminal use of a firearm, burglary, criminal contempt, and criminal mischief for the White Swan Drive shooting.

Bowman was sent to Monroe County Jail on a parole violation. Greece police say he will face charges for the chase from Rochester police.

Holley will be arraigned in Greece Town Court Tuesday evening.

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