2 deputies arrested at wedding in Houston


HOUSTON - Two Harris County Sheriff's Office deputies were arrested after a disturbance at a wedding in northwest Houston. One of the deputies was the groom.

Officials said deputies Kevin Meyer, 26, and Christopher David Lock, 32, were arrested on Saturday. Meyer was charged with interfering with the duties of a public servant and Lock was charged with trespassing.

The Harris County Precinct 1 Constable's Office said two deputy constables were working security at the wedding at SPJST Lodge, 1435 Beall, when the owner of the reception hall wanted the festivities to be shut down because they got out of hand. The father of the groom then pushed one of the deputy constables, officials said. When another deputy constable went to arrest the father, Meyer, who was the groom, and Lock interfered with the arrest, according to Precinct 1.

The deputy constables called the Harris County Sheriff's Office, and Meyer and Lock were arrested.

Meyer and Lock have posted bond and are due in court on Friday.

Meyer works in the Detention Unit. Lock is a patrol officer.


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