Bibb County Sheriff’s Office patrol deputies arrested a suspect in connection with three entering autos in the Vining Circle and Pio Nono Avenue areas.

Patrol deputies received information at  2:22 a.m. Tuesday morning, that an individual wearing a brown jumpsuit, was entering vehicles in the Vining Circle neighborhood. When deputies arrived in the area, they located a male that fit the description. The male dropped several items that he was carrying from the entering autos and fled from deputies, on foot. Bibb Sheriff’s deputies located the male, hiding underneath what appeared to be an old dog house, in the Cedar Avenue community. The male was taken into custody and identified as 22-year-old Serisaac Lemarco Etheridge of Macon.

Etheridge was charged in connection to two different entering autos in the Vining Circle neighborhood, and was also identified as the suspect in an entering auto investigation that occurred at the BiLo Mart, located at 2510 Pio Nono Avenue. The items that were taken from the entering autos were returned to their rightful owners.

Bibb Sheriff’s patrol deputies transported Etheridge to the Bibb County Law Enforcement Complex for the charges of three counts of Entering Auto and Probation Violation. Etheridge has a bond amount of $10,100.00.

Anyone with information in reference to these incidents are asked to contact the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office at 478-751-7500 or Macon Regional Crimestoppers at 1-877-68CRIME.