On Sept. 30, Sandra Lynn Henson was taken into custody while attending a wedding reception even though she was never invited, according to the Pontotoc County Sheriff’s Department.
Henson was charged with petit larceny, trespassing and disturbing the peace, officials said.
Officials noted Henson was also currently wanted in Alabama.
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Henson was dubbed the “Mid-South Wedding Crasher” after she snuck into a dozen weddings and receptions, WATN-TV reported.
In 2021, she was sentenced to five years in prison, but court records indicate she was released on parole.
At her sentencing in 2021, Henson's husband apologized for his wife's actions, WATN-TV reported.
"All I can say to the families is from our family, we are very sorry for any pain you’ve experienced and I’m very deeply sorry," he said.
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