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Arizona Wedding Reception Gets Out Of Hand

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Arizona Wedding Reception Gets Out Of Hand

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Arizona Wedding Reception Gets Out Of Hand

Arizona Wedding Reception Gets Out Of Hand

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Someone called police to report a brawl in the backyard of a home in suburban Phoenix. Police tried to stop the fighting and pepper-sprayed the crowd. You could predict that this would displease the bride, who was soon accused of kicking a police officer. A judge sentenced her to community service but no prison time.

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Guests at an Arizona wedding got a little too enthused. The reception was held at a home in suburban Phoenix. Somebody called police to report a brawl in the backyard. Police tried to stop the fighting and pepper-sprayed the crowd. You could predict this would displease the bride, who was soon accused of kicking a police officer. But she will not be separated from the groom. A judge sentenced her to community service, but no prison time.

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