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MCSO: Deputies arrest suspects as they flee on stolen bikes

MADISON COUNTY – The Madison County Sheriff’s Office said they have arrested two suspects for breaking and entering a vehicle on Wednesday. They anticipate the arrests will help solve numerous other vehicle break-ins.

Heather Renee Watwood, 34, and Michael Douglas Godsey, 27, was arrested after deputies responded to the area of Mt. Lebanon Road near Meridianville to a possible residential burglary.

Authorities said deputies made contact with the victims that gave them descriptions of a male and female that attempted to gain entry to a residence. Deputies canvassed the area and eventually located the male and female suspects attempting to leave the area on stolen bicycles.

Both suspects were charged with two counts of Unlawful Breaking & Entering to a Vehicle. Both subjects were placed in the Madison County Jail with bonds totaling $5,000.

Investigators say they anticipate numerous other vehicle break-ins to be solved as a result of these arrests. Both subjects have an initial court date set for Feb. 5.

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