Man with crime pays tattooed on his forehead arrested for the second time in two months after a new police chase
- Donald Murray, 38, arrested in Indiana for the 2nd time in 3 months on Monday
- In December, he and his tattoo went viral after a similar rapid chase
- He was arrested a few days later and detained in Terre Haute
A man from Indiana with ‘CRIME PAYS’ tattooed on his forehead is arrested for the second time in two months after a new police hunt.
Terre Haute police officers chased 38-year-old Donald Murray in a short chase on Monday morning.
After arresting Murray, officers accused him of owning methamphetamine, resisting arrest, reckless driving, maintaining a common nuisance, and car theft.
Donald Murray, 38, was arrested for the second time in three months on Monday after another rapid police chase in Terre Haute, Indiana
Murray appeared on an episode of LivePD in December and he and his ‘CRIME PAYS’ tattoo went viral.
In the December incident, Murray was accused of criminal recklessness and opposition to arrest.
WTHITV then reported that Murray left after being persuaded because he did not have his headlights at night.
The high-speed chase followed after being seen without lights and ended after the suspect drove the car into a tree before fleeing the scene on foot in the December crash
He crashed the vehicle involved and escaped the police.
A passenger was left on the scene, but the witness said they did not know the driver’s name.
Cops were tipped about his identity by a viewer who had seen the drama happen on Live PD, a show that was broadcast on A&E.
He left a passenger on the scene who told the police that he didn’t know his name, but the wanted man is easily identified with a “tattoo crime pays” head tattoo
Those who spot Murray should have no trouble knowing if it is him, because he has a face full of ink – one of them reads “crime pays.”
A mug shot shows the markings that easily identify him to the neck.
Another splashed on one side of his face seems to read ‘playboy’.
Murray was arrested a few days later and detained. He was then released just over a month ago.