"Crime doesn't pay" is a time-honored axiom among law enforcement agencies. An Indiana man who led police on a vehicle chase Friday night apparently has a different opinion, and it's tattooed on his forehead, authorities said.
Donald Murray, 38, allegedly led police in Terre Haute on a high-speed chase, the Tribune-Star reported. Police described Murray as a white male who has a tattoo across his forehead that reads, "Crime Pays," according to Fox News.
I hope the tattoo artist got his fee up front in cash. https://t.co/q8V89SXQas #FoxNews— Jefferson's Notes (@JeffersonsNotes) December 2, 2019
Police attempted to pull Murray over because he was driving at night with his headlights off, WTHI reported. The incident was caught on the television show "Live PD."
Police said if caught, Murray will be charged with criminal recklessness and resisting law enforcement, WTWO reported. Both are felonies.
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