Two suspects held without bond after police chase

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Late yesterday afternoon, Friday September 20th 2019, Cullman County Sheriff’s Office investigators and deputies attempted a traffic stop on HWY 157. The suspects, Austin Wade Eipp, 25 y/o of Vinemont and Brittany Hope Riggs, 27 y/o of Vinemont led deputies on a pursuit down HWY 157 into West Point. 
The suspects fled from the vehicle on foot and CCSO deputies at the scene called in assistance from K9 deputy “Copper”. The suspects were quickly apprehended. After the suspects were apprehended deputies and investigators learned they were wanted for multiple warrants. 
CCSO investigators and deputies also discovered and recovered a large amount of stolen property in the suspects possession. 
Mr. Eipp’s charges are: Theft of property 1st (W)Burglary 3rd (W)Theft of Property 3rd (W)Theft of Property 3rd (W)Criminal poss. Forged instrument 1st (W)Unlawful Breaking & Entering Vehicle (W)Unlawful Breaking & Entering Vehicle (W)Rec. Stolen property 3rd (W)Attempting to Elude (PC Arrest) 
Ms. Riggs charges are: Theft of property 1st (W)Burglary 3rd (W)Theft of property 3rd (W)FTA UPOCS (W)FTA UPODP (W)Attending to elude (PC Arrest) Speeding (PC Arrest) Reckless Driving (PC Arrest) Driving on wrong side of roadway (PC Arrest) 
W= Warrant PC= Probable Cause Arrest 
Both suspects are being held in the Cullman County Detention Center with no bond.