Cops: Man accused of leading police on chase

A man is accused of leading Suffolk police on a chase, then crashing into a cruiser.Investigators say cops were trying to make a traffic stop

WEST BABYLON - A man is accused of leading Suffolk police on a chase, then crashing into a cruiser.

Investigators say cops were trying to make a traffic stop on Route 109 in West Babylon early this morning when Robert Wilcox allegedly took off.

Officers tell News 12 the Copiague man crashed into a police car at Arnold Avenue and kept on driving.

Cops say Wilcox then jumped out of his car and ran away.

Wilcox was eventually arrested and will be arraigned today.

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