MISSOULA, MONTANA (WKOW) -- While his wife will walk away from the altar with a new wedding ring, a Montana man accused of sexually assaulting a woman and head-butting a cop at his bachelor party will wear an electronic monitoring bracelet before, during, and after he says "I do."
On November 19, police say Jordan Iddings, 24, and five members of his bachelor party were arrested after Iddings groped a woman at a bar, punched her in the face, and then lunged at a cop with his head while being arrested.
Iddings is getting married on Saturday, but he was pleaded not guilty Wednesday to felony assault on a peace officer, misdemeanor counts of sexual assault, disorderly conduct and two other assault counts.
Online reporting by Thomas Strieker.
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