INDIANAPOLIS - Indianapolis Metro Police said an officer was hit by a vehicle near Michigan and Pine streets in downtown Indianapolis early Saturday.
Few details were released about the crash, but IMPD dispatchers said the officer suffered minor injuries.
The officer was transporting a person in custody at the time of the crash, dispatchers said.
Police said a suspect in the crash was taken into custody, but that person's identity was not released.
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