Salem Man Injured When Truck Flipped Over On West Main Now In JailAn 18-year-old Salem man who had to be extricated from the pickup truck he was driving after it overturned on West Main Street near Illinois on New Year's night has been arrested for driving under the influence of an intoxicating compound and improper lane usage.
Caylan Goodin of Moonglow Road was taken into custody at the probation office on Friday after being charged with a violation of his bail bond in a pending case of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of cannabis.
Judge Mark Stedelin increased Goodin's bond to $15,000 and ordered him to abstain from drugs and undergo testing for drugs if released on bond. He will also be allowed to be released from jail for inpatient drug treatment.
Goodin was taken to Salem Township Hospital for treatment of his injuries following the Wednesday night crash when he apparently ran up on the sidewalk and embankment next to the CVS store on West Main and then overturned onto the roadway after striking a concrete light pole.
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