An Alabama man who left a flower field embellished with footage of him and his late fiancée at her grave was discovered responsible of littering on Thursday.
Winston Hagans, whose fiancée, Hannah Ford, died in a automobile crash in January 2021, was arrested when a visitors cease over an expired tag revealed that Ford’s father, Tom Ford, had signed a warrant in opposition to him, according to Alabama news station WBRC.
The daddy, who owned the cemetery plot, stated in courtroom that he didn’t approve of his daughter’s relationship with Hagans, WBRC reported
Hagans had checked out a marriage venue with Hannah Ford simply earlier than the automobile crash, Al.com reported.
Hagans, who had put the flower field on Ford’s grave to honor her, famous that somebody saved eradicating it so he saved changing it, in keeping with the information web site.
He stated he obtained permission from the the town of Auburn to place the planter on the gravesite, WBRC stated, though a metropolis rule bars planters at graves.
A consultant of the town’s parks and recreation division stated she advised Hagans to cease placing bins again on the grave however that he continued to do it, in keeping with the information web site.
Hagans plans to enchantment Decide Jim McLaughlin’s choice. He was ordered to pay a $50 advantageous for littering together with a $250 courtroom price.