Marana police: Bride arrested for DUI on way to her wedding

Sgt. Chriswell Scott

Young, 32, was arrested in Arizona while driving to her wedding on Monday morning.

A photo of a bride getting arrested for DUI en route to her wedding is going viral. However, the tweets reported are no longer available on Scott's official account or the Marana Police Department's Twitter account.

Marana Police Sergeant Chriswell Scott tweeted: "Don't drive impaired".

A bride has been arrested on the way to her own wedding.

The accident happened at about 10.30am on Monday in Marana, about 30 miles north of Tuscon.

One person was sent to the hospital with minor injuries according to police reports.

"This could've turned out way worse than it did", Scott wrote in the deleted tweet, the Arizona Daily Star reported. After signing a criminal citation, she was released to her fiance, according to KVOA in Tucson. In fact, the state's law allows for legal consequences even if someone is impaired to a slight degree. Young's blood alcohol level was not revealed. Young has apparently not spoken so far with any media outlets in the aftermath of the incident - nor evidently has any legal counsel that she might have retained.

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