Bride arrested for DUI en route to wedding

Sergio Conner
March 13, 2018

Police arrested a bride heading to her nuptials this morning for DUI.

An officer suspected Young, who was wearing a white, floor-length dress, was driving impaired.

She was handcuffed and put into the back of a police auto at 10.30am yesterday in Marana, Arizona, 30 miles north of Tuscon.

32-year old Amber Young was arrested by Marana Police in Marana, AZ on the way to her wedding.

Amber in custody
Amber in custody

Scott tweeted, 'A driver was arrested for DUI this AM while driving to her wedding.

Sgt. Scott added that a person in one of the other vehicles was treated at a local hospital for minor injuries.

It is not known if Young made it to her wedding on time.

Young was transported to a police substation where she was taken into custody then released back to her fiance after signing a criminal citation. It's supposed to be the happiest day of her life, and this just goes out as a reminder as to why you should never drive while impaired, ' Scott said to AZCentral.

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