Who is Bride Ashley Jordan Wiki
Ashley Jordan and her new husband Eric Cordova of Chino Valley, Arizona, ended up in jail after saying their vows when a fight broke out at around 9:30 pm on Saturday
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A bride was arrested wearing her wedding dress and spent the night in jail after she hit a police officer in the face during a vicious brawl on the day she tied the knot. Ashley Jordan, 30, and her new husband Eric Cordova, 32, of Chino Valley, Arizona, spent their first night as a married couple in jail after reportedly assaulting police officers on Saturday.
Police was called to reports of a disorderly woman wearing a wedding dress who tried to assault an employee of a local business, according to a statement.
Bride Ashley Jordan Age
She is 30 years Old
Ashley Jordan Groom Age
Eric Cordova 32 Years Old
Why the couple is arrested?
When officers turned up, the groom became aggressive and refused to cooperate, according to authorities As the newlywed husband was restrained, he fell to the ground with an officer causing members of the wedding party to get involved in the struggle, police said.
Ms. Jordan then reportedly pushed a police officer before slapping them in the face, Arizona Central reports. Ashley Jordan and her new husband Eric Cordova couple, who got married earlier in the day, were detained and spent the night in Yavapai County jail on charges of aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.
Dustin Trout, 31, of Tempe and Amos Puckett, 25, of Nevada, were also arrested during the incident – where two police officers received minor injuries.
Ashley Jordan and her new husband Quick Facts You Must need to know
- Ashley Jordan, 30, and Eric Cordova, 32, of Chino Valley, Arizona, were arrested
- Police called after the woman in a wedding dress tried to assault an employee
- Groom became aggressive with officers before the bride struck one in the face
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