INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - An IMPD officer was injured Wednesday night while chasing a suspect through stagnant water.
According to a police report, shortly before 10:30 p.m., the officer noticed Donald Murdock standing in front of a building in an area that has high prostitution and narcotics usage. When the officer approached Murdock in his vehicle, he fled on foot.
A second officer arrived to assist.
The officers ordered Murdock to stop running several times but he did not comply. Murdock then proceeded to jump into a small creek , according to the report.
The officer jumped into the stagnant water as well but Murdock attempted to fight him off. Murdock was eventually restrained by the officer and handcuffed. The officer injured his left knee while attempting to restrain Murdock.
Murdock was arrested for resisting law enforcement.
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