Port Chester, N.Y. (AP) A bride and groom In Port Chester, New York, have pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct.
They were arrested at their wedding reception last month after the bride trashed a set of conga drums in a spat with the band. She was also accused of breaking a speaker.
Forty-one-year-old Fabiana Reyes was sentenced to the six days she had already spent in jail. She also agreed to pay the band $1,500 to cover the damage.
Her 42-year-old husband Elmo Fernandez and the couple's 21-year-old daughter pleaded guilty to interfering with her arrest. Police used stun guns to break it up.
The daughter says the two were legally married in 1986 but delayed their church wedding until last month.
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