A man wanted by police in Indiana may soon find out the phrase tattooed across his forehead isn’t actually true.
Police in Terra Haute are searching for Donald Murray, 38, after they say he led officers on a high-speed car chase over the weekend, the Tribune Star reported.
Friday night’s chase, which was featured on the A&E television show Live PD, began after police tried to pull over a car that was being operated without headlights, according to a video on the show’s Facebook page. Police say the driver escaped after crashing into a tree and that the passenger told officials he didn’t know the driver’s name.
It was a Live PD viewer who ultimately called police to identify the driver as Murray, the Tribune Star reported.sonos sonos One (Gen 2) - Voice Controlled Smart Speaker with Amazon Alexa Built-in - Black read more
A photo of Murray shows a number of facial tattoos, including the phrase ‘crime pays’ emblazoned in bold letters across his forehead.
Should he be found, Murray faces two felony charges of criminal recklessness and resisting law enforcement, WTWO reported.
Anyone with information on Murray’s whereabouts is asked to call Vigo County Central Dispatch at 812-232-1311, according to the outlet.
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