More Charges Levied Against Buffalo Woman Accused of Injuring Trooper in Rochester Chase

ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- The Buffalo woman accused of crashing into three police cars and injuring a state trooper during a chase has been indicted on more charges. 

Brittany Jamison, 24, was indicted Monday morning on ten charges including grand larceny, fleeing a police officer in a vehicle, criminal possession of stolen property and reckless driving.

The felony complaint says police tried to pull Jamison over on North Clinton Avenue for running a red light when she put the car in reverse and struck the first patrol car.

She drove off and hit poles and street signs. 

Police tried to pull her over on 490 East.

Jamison struck two state police cars about an hour later.

She allegedly stole a car from the parking lot of Planet Fitness in Greece, according to family of the car's owner. 

The Rochester Police Department says a state trooper's back was injured after his vehicle was hit. 

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