Via First Cosat News:
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- In the Garrison family, it's a tradition.
"He got his initials out there on the right leg at the very bottom," said Jerry Garrison.
All of the family members have their initials in ink.
So when Jerry Garrisson's 10 year old grandson wanted his initials tattooed on his leg...
"I didn't see why a tattoo was such a big issue to begin with, and I didn't see where none of this was right,' he said.
Garrisson says the Department of Children and Families came to his house with another concern, and when they saw his grandson's tattoo, they told him it was a problem.
Because of other allegations, DCF placed his grandkids in foster care...