A Sandoval man was arrested this past weekend, after he crashed his motorcycle, while attempting to flee from police just before midnight on Friday. According to police, they attempted to conduct a traffic stop on 33-year-old Michael Hill, when he squealed his tired, failed to stop and fled on his motorcycle, reaching speeds over 100 miles per hour. Police ended their pursuit on Hill, after his speed was excessive. He eventually crashed his motorcycle along McCord and Broadway Streets in Centralia. He reportedly refused hospital treatment, and was taken into custody. He was sent to the Marion County Jail, in regard to alleged reckless driving, and multiple traffic control violations. He later was found to be in possession of 2 narcotic pills, when he was being sent to jail.