This incident is just the latest of many legal troubles on the road for Lind, a habitual violator of driving laws. In February, Lind was charged with reckless driving and driving on a revoked license after being involved in a firey crash that left him unconscious and trapped in the flames. Thanks to witnesses who saw the crash and pulled him out of the car, Lind managed to come out of that incident relatively unscathed (minus a few bumps and bruises). Other past incidents include three DUI convictions, which earned him three months in work-release jail (meaning he could only leave to go to and from work) last year. In addition to jail time, he was also put on probation for two years (in place of a two year suspended sentence in jail) and his license was revoked for one year. But judging by the two incidents this year, that did not stop Lind from driving and this time, it may cost him more than a slap on the wrist.
Lind is currently being held at Minnehaha County Jail on a probation hold, possibly due to the fact that one of the conditions of his probation is, "No class one misdemeanors or greater." It is unclear if that means he is not to be charged with any class 1 misdemeanors or greater or if he is not to be convicted of them, but both reckless driving and driving with a revoked license are considered class 1 misdemeanors in the state of South Dakota. He may or may not be able to beat the reckless driving charge, but him merely being caught driving on a revoked license is indisputable and enough to get his probation revoked and leave him to serve out the remainder of his probation in jail.
His court date for the February incident is scheduled for November. No word yet on when the court date for this latest incident will be.