ROCHESTER, New York — Police say a man has died after officers used a stun gun to subdue him during an arrest in Rochester.
Chief Michael Ciminelli says officers were called to Tremont Street in southwest Rochester around 9 a.m. Sunday after a man crashed a red pickup truck into a house. Ciminelli says the man then crashed into a church and another house before locking himself in the cab as police shouted for him to come out with his hands up.
Cimenelli says an officer used a stun gun when the man charged out of the pickup with fists clenched. The man, whose name wasn't released, received medical attention at the scene and was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
Mayor Lovely Warren said the medical examiner would determine what led to the incident.