Are these sentences correct:

1-She went out of the building with injured Patrick.

2-She went out of the building with the injured Patrick.

I suppose 'Patrick, who was injured.' would be the most natural version. I just wanted to see if either of the above sentences work.

3-Yesterday I met tall Peter.
4-Yesterday I met the tall Peter.

Again, one could go for 'Peter, who was tall', but I think that does not work too well here.