He was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, driving with a suspended license and indecent exposure. Difabio was arraigned on those charges in Salem District Court last Thursday.
The Salem News reports Difabio fled the scene of the crash and ran to a friend's home nearby. When the friend opened the door, he saw Difabio urinating on the porch and refused to let him inside. Police finally overtook Difabio in the woods.
The Salem News reports Difabio is due back in court Jan. 27 for a pretrial hearing and is also in trouble for violating his probation in unrelated case.