The new fiance indicated that he would turn himself in, however, by Wednesday, that was not the case.
California Highway Patrol investigators are reviewing videos of a wedding proposal that shut down the 10 freeway in West Covina briefly Sunday.
The Los Angeles Times reported that a motorcyclist blocked the freeway with the help of a large group of biker friends so he could propose to his girlfriend. Several videos of the proposal have been getting major views on Youtube, the newspaper reported.
CHP Officer Jose Barrios to the Times that the incident could mean possible citations for blocking traffic.
"It's illegal," Barrios said. "They're not allowed to do that."
The couple reportedly appeared on the radio station Power 106 Monday and have been identified by sevaral media outlets as Hector Martinez and Paige Hernandez.
Martinez said during the radio station interview that he came up with idea for the proposal In October and asked his biker friends to help, the newspaper reported. Family members of the couple watched from an overpass.
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