Man With A ‘Crime Pays’ Tattoo Arrested
He may need to go into retirement. For the second time since December, an Indiana man with the words “Wrongdoing Pays” inked on his temple was captured in the wake of driving cops on a vehicle pursuit, as indicated by WTWO.
Donald Murray, 38, was busted Monday in the wake of driving officials from the Terre Haute Police Department on a short interest through a few Indiana roads, the report said. He was accused of opposing law requirements, ownership of methamphetamine, and auto burglary.
Murray was highlighted on a scene of the TV show “Live PD” in late November, escaping from cops who spotted him driving without lights. Police said Murray drove the vehicle into a tree before fleeing by walking. He abandoned a traveler who told specialists that he didn’t have a clue about his name.
He was likewise captured in December and accused of criminal wildness and opposing law requirement, WTWO revealed. He was discharged from prison on Jan. 14.