Misty Spann, right, pleaded guilty to committing incest after illegally marying her biological mother Patricia Spann, left.
Misty Spann, right, pleaded guilty to committing incest after illegally marying her biological mother Patricia Spann, left. Stephens County Sheriff’s Department
Misty Spann, right, pleaded guilty to committing incest after illegally marying her biological mother Patricia Spann, left. Stephens County Sheriff’s Department

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