Officer Scott says he has no clue whether or not the bride-to-be and her fiance actually tied the knot following Amber's arrest.
The Arizona Daily Star and multiple local media sources reported that Sergeant Chriswell Scott of the Marana Police Department tweeted a picture of Young's arrest, while she was wearing her wedding dress with her hands cuffed behind her back.
A picture issued by the Marana Police Department shows the bride-to-be in handcuffs being ushered into the back of a patrol auto on a busy road.
Young was eventually released without having to go to jail as she just got her blood drawn.
Around 10:30 a.m., officers responded to an intersection for a report of a three-car collision. Punishment is assured if a person's BAC is 0.08 percent or above, but Arizona law allows consequences if there is impairment "to the slightest degree". 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. The results of Young's blood test won't be available from the state crime lab for two weeks.