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Man with ‘CRIME PAYS’ tattoo on forehead arrested after police chase

He may have to go into retirement.

For the second time since December, an Indiana man with the words “Crime Pays” tattooed on his forehead was arrested after leading cops on a car chase, according to WTWO.

Donald Murray, 38, was busted Monday after leading officers from the Terre Haute Police Department on a short pursuit through several Indiana streets, the report said.

He was charged with resisting law enforcement, possession of methamphetamine, and auto theft.

Murray was featured on an episode of the TV show “Live PD” in late November fleeing from cops who spotted him driving without lights.

Police said Murray drove the car into a tree before running away on foot. He left behind a passenger who told authorities that he didn’t know his name.

He was also arrested in December and charged with criminal recklessness and resisting law enforcement, WTWO reported.

He was released from jail on Jan. 14.