WARSAW — The passenger in a car involved in a high-speed chase through Genesee and Wyoming counties last week has been identified and charged.
Kamie M. Sedore, 36, of Rochester was charged with fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property and first-degree offering a false instrument for filing, state police said. She also was charged with forgery and falsifying business records at Genesee County Jail for identifying herself as someone else.
Sedore and David P. Haka, 56, of Scottsville were suspects in a theft at Rite Aid on East Main Street Sept. 28. Genesee County sheriff’s deputies attempted to stop Haka, but he sped away.
The chase was called off in Bethany as speeds reached more than 100 mph.
A state trooper picked up the pursuit when the car was seen in the village of Wyoming.
Haka and Sedore abandoned the car in the village of Warsaw and were taken into custody a short time later as they walked along Main Street.
Haka, who has served four state prison terms, was charged with felony reckless endangerment, unlawful fleeing from police, reckless driving and moving from a lane unsafely.
Both remain in Wyoming County Jail.