|Couple marries in Texas county jail|
|By kwtx.com - Meredith McCown|
A couple received special permission to have their wedding in jail while the bride was incarcerated.
They say love knows no boundaries, and for one Fannin County couple that was put to the test when they asked the sheriff if they could have their wedding in jail.
The bride is an inmate waiting to go before a judge and facing years in prison. Lt. Frank Deater with the Fannin County Sheriff's Office said decisions like this are made case by case, and since the bride is accused of a non-violent crime, they said, "why not." "It was love at first sight. I love that girl," said groom Cody Herndon.
Cody Herndon met Keisha Houser at the bank. She was a teller and he'd see her through the window.
They ended up dating and he proposed eight months later. "I love her that's for sure," Herndon said.
During that time, Houser was on parole.
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