Wellesley Police report a Watertown man was finally stopped in Brookline after a chase that started on Rte. 9 in Natick early this morning.
Police say that when a Natick officer tried to pull Ender Durgut, 39, over for alleged motor-vehicle infractions around 2:30 a.m. today on Rte. 9 eastbound, Durgut floored it. The officer chased Durgut into Wellesley, where that town's police joined the chase, pursuing him down Rte. 9 into Newton, where the chase was taken over by State Police. State and Brookline Police finally stopped him, but only after he crashed into two cruisers, police say. He was charged with a variety of motor-vehicle and criminal offenses.
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