Peachtree City woman arrested for bigamy

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Peachtree City authorities have arrested a woman for bigamy.
On Wednesday, the Peachtree City Police Department received information from a concerned citizen that Lucy Caudill, 39, of Revolution Drive, Peachtree City, GA, was reportedly involved in a bigamous marriage with a local man.
An investigation concluded on Thursday with the arrest of Caudill for one count of felony bigamy and one count of felony second degree forgery.
The investigation revealed that Caudill has been married to her first husband for approximately 15 years. In October 2011 she met her second husband at the Tavern on 74 Sports Bar. During this time, she obtained a fake ID that showed her purported age to be 29, according to police spokeswoman Captain Rosanna Dove.
On April 25 she applied for a marriage license at the Fayette County Probate Court under the name Lucy Caudle Bailey. On April 26 she married her second husband in a small ceremony at Starr's Mill, Dove said.

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