Several weeks ago, Texas resident Gerry Suttle found herself in hot water when she was issued a warrant for her arrest. According to the 75 year old woman, the warrant was due to the grass on her property being too high, which violates city code. After a news report covered her story, four young brothers decided to reach out to Suttle and mow her yard. Although they had no previous acquaintance with the elderly woman, the brothers stated that it was the least they could do.
“It’s a summer day, we don’t have season passes yet to Hawaiian Falls. What else could we do but go out and help some people,” stated Blaine Reynolds, one of the four brothers.
Braving 90 degree heat and vast, towering grass, the brothers attempted to aid Suttle. After noticing their effort, the residents in the community also lent a helping hand. In just a few hours, the entire lot was completely mowed.
The effort overwhelmed Suttle, who was touched by their act of kindness. Brought to tears, she met with the four boys and thanked them for their generosity.
With her lawn freshly mowed, Suttle will attempt to go before a judge to plead her case. She is hoping for the warrant to be dropped now that her lawn no longer violates city code.