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Madison couple arrested after causing crash late Friday

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 MADISON (WKOW) -- A Madison couple was arrested after causing a crash late Friday night.

According to the City of Madison Police Department, Shane Hendrix, 38, and Alyssa Barry, 29, both of Madison, left a bar in the same vehicle and got into an argument. The pair caused a crash at the intersection of Stoughton Road and Highway 30 at 11:07 p.m. when their vehicle hit another vehicle at the intersection.

Police say that according to the driver, Barry, Hendrix grabbed the wheel of the vehicle, which caused her to rear-end another vehicle. Barry’s statement was supported by witness accounts. The victim vehicle’s driver had non-life threatening injuries. Both Barry and Hendrix left the accident, but were found by officers a short time later.

Barry was arrested for a hit-and-run involving injury, hit-and-run of an attended vehicle, a second operating while intoxicated offense with this instance causing injury, operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration and non-registration of auto.

Hendrix was arrested for recklessly driving-endangering safety, fourth offense operating while intoxicated with this instance causing injury, and operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration.

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