Rockingham Co. deputies arrest suspects in stolen vehicle
MADISON, N.C. — Rockingham County deputies said a man and woman were arrested and charged after officials found them in a stolen vehicle.
Deputies said they found a Mitsubishi Outlander that appeared to be stranded Friday night on U.S. 220 at Gold Hill Road in Madison.
Deputies said they stopped to try to assist and learned that the vehicle, which had a South Carolina registration, was reported stolen out of Pensacola, Fl.
Two men ran into the woods, one of whom was later caught and arrested, deputies said. The other is still sought.
A female in the vehicle was also arrested on arrest warrants out of Alabama. Deputies said she originally gave them a fake name.
Marshall David Sharpe, 39, and Danielle Marie Maulde were both charged. Sharpe was wanted on four outstanding warrants out of Forsyth and Rockingham counties.
Deputies did not say what charges the suspects face. A second woman in the vehicle was not charged, deputies said.
Maulden was placed in the Rockingham County Jail under a $60,000 secured bond and Sharpe under a $5,500 secured bond.