2nd suspect arrested in soda machine theft

by Wes Mayer

David Travis Spivey, 45, a suspect in a soft drink machine theft in Coweta County, was arrested in Ponce Inlet, Fla., on Thursday.

Spivey was one of the two suspects involved in stealing a Pepsi machine from Williams Grocery in Haralson on Aug. 14.

Another suspect, William David Thompson, 35, was arrested Monday.

The Pepsi machine was later recovered at the home of Marvin 'Cookie' Bridges Jr., 46, who is still being sought by authorities.



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