From ‘I Do’ to ‘Do You Understand These Rights’, Groom Arrested After Ceremony

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WEATHERLY -- Right after saying, “I do,” a man was arrested in Carbon County.

Officers in Weatherly said they arrested Todd Sandefer, 42, of Milnesville after his wedding ceremony, but before his reception on Saturday.

Police were tipped off that Sandefer was at his wedding at the Salem UCC Church in Weatherly. He was taken into custody without incident.

According to police, Sandefer was wanted on two domestic relations warrants and two traffic citations.

His wife had to go to the Carbon County Prison Wednesday to retrieve his rented tux.

10 comments

  • Another Shooting

    This is why people snap and shoot up movie theaters and restaurants and everything else. It’s also the reason fornprison overcrowding when everything’s a crime.

    • keith hinkel

      How is it weird? It is clearly printed and narrated. He was wanted they got him. End of story. Can’t do the time don’t do the crime.

  • Thomas Dylan

    They should have waited til after the reception. They could have gotten a free meal and maybe a few drinks before hand.

      • Evilali3n

        the sentence should state ” I cannot(can’t) take anyone seriously who uses their, there and they’re improperly” because the use of a double negative in a sentence is just as ignorant

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