A Montana man accused of sexually assaulting a woman and head-butting a police officer at his bachelor party will have to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet during his wedding.
Twenty-four-year-old Jordan Iddings pleaded not guilty Wednesday to felony assault on a peace officer, misdemeanor counts of sexual assault, disorderly conduct and two other assault counts.
Iddings and five members of his bachelor party were arrested Nov. 19 after Iddings allegedly groped a woman in a Missoula bar, then punched her in the face after she slapped him. Police also say Iddings was uncooperative during his arrest outside another bar, and at one point lunged with his head at an officer.
Iddings is planned to get married on Dec. 19.