Indiana man with ‘Crime Pays’ tattoo arrested again after police chase

Indiana man with ‘Crime Pays’ tattoo arrested again after police chase
Donald Murray was arrested for the second time since December. (Vigo County Sheriff's Office)

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.+ — Crime is still not paying off for an Indiana man.

Donald Murray, 38, of Terre Haute, who sports a “Crime Pays” tattoo on his forehead, was arrested for the second time in three months after he led police on a chase Monday morning, WTWO reported.

In December, Murray was arrested when he allegedly led police in Terre Haute on a high-speed chase, the Tribune-Star reported. Police said Murray was driving at night with his headlights off, WTHI reported. The incident was caught on the television show “Live PD” and went viral.

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On Monday, Terre Haute police said Murray was charged with resisting law enforcement, reckless driving, possession of methamphetamine, maintaining a common nuisance and auto theft, WTWO reported.

Murray was released on his own recognizance Jan. 14 for his December arrest, the television station reported.