MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- A woman's family is outraged after Memphis police arrested her on a warrant for a failure to cut weeds and high grass.
Police arrested Brittney Rhodes Sunday after finding her in a traffic stop.
Her family said she lives on Westover. The home's front yard was a couple inches long Monday.
Environmental court couldn't speak about this case, but said people go to jail on charges like this after they miss a court date.
Rhodes' family claims Rhodes never received any notification from the county.
"I think they [police] have a lot of other crime they could be dealing with than the grass," Brittney's father, Ricky Rhodes, said.
Rhodes has a $250 bond. She is due in court Tuesday.
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