GILBERT, Ariz. – Police officers in a Phoenix suburb had to restrain and arrest a bride who became disorderly at her own wedding reception party, MyFoxPhoenix.com reported.
Gilbert police spokesman Hugh White said Monday that officers had to restrain 28-year-old Angela Davito on Saturday night after she kicked a police officer.
Officers responded to an unknown trouble call around at a home in Gilbert, Arizona, around 9:30 p.m. They were told by attendees that people in the backyard were “killing each other,” and officers observed a large brawl.
Police commanded people to stop fighting, but the commotion continued, and White says people became angry and aggressive toward the officers.
Officers called for backup, and several other officers were sent to the scene, along with Gilbert firefighters to attend to victims of pepper spray exposure.
Following a short-lived calm, Davito charged a partygoer and had to be restrained. The bride allegedly kicked an officer and was arrested on charges of assault and obstructing governmental operations.
It's unclear whether Davito has an attorney.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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