Man Weds Minutes After Being Sentenced to Prison
The groom wore an orange jumpsuit and matching rubber slippers with white socks.
But instead of going on a honeymoon, Larry Allen Austin went straight to prison after getting married Thursday.
Austin, 29, of Oklahoma City, pleaded guilty in Oklahoma County District Court to a firearm charge and was sentenced to four years in prison by District Judge Jerry D. Bass.
Bass then presided over a marriage ceremony between the man and longtime girlfriend Dustie Dawn Trojack, 31, of Oklahoma City, whose two children were in attendance.
First, though, Austin and his bride-to-be took the elevator down to the court clerk’s office to get a marriage license, accompanied by two sheriff’s deputies.