Two men wanted for Sterling hit-and-run, third arrested for obstruction of justice

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A Rock Falls man was arrested for obstructing justice in connection with the Sterling hit-and-run crash that injured a pedestrian.

Previous reports indicate that police were searching for two Rock Falls men after Jacob Carr of Sterling was struck in a hit-and-run crash in the 300 block of West 5th Street in Sterling early Wednesday morning, April 2, 2014. Police said Carr was unresponsive when he was found and a family member had to identify him. Carr was hospitalized in intensive care after he was found.

The suspects in the hit-and-run are Jordan Johnson and Dayton Hicks. Both were still at large as of Wednesday afternoon, July 2, 2014.

According to the Sterling Police Department, on Thursday, July 3, 2014 around 10 a.m. police arrested 21-year-old Dylan Goodell on West 20th Street in Rock Falls. He was wanted on a Whiteside County warrant for obstructing justice.

Goodell was unable to post bond and was taken to the Whiteside County Jail in Morrison.

If you have any information about Johnson or Hicks you are asked to call the Sterling Police at 815-632-6640 or Whiteside County Crime Stoppers at 815-625-7867.