INDIANAPOLIS - An early morning altercation between Indianapolis police and a fleeing man resulted in one officer seeing non-life-threatening injuries.
Indianapolis police (IMPD) dispatchers told RTV6 just after 4 a.m. that an officer was trying to apprehend a man in the 5200 block of West 62nd Street when he received minor injuries.
Police did not have specifics on the officer's injuries, but dispatchers told RTV6 it was nothing to worry about. The man police were chasing was apprehended.
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