A dog buried in the Uniontown, Kentucky City Cemetery is sparking more controversy. The animal was laid to rest there eight years ago. Recently, its owner, Judy Hagan, installed a headstone on the plot. The dogs name is whats causing much of the uproar. "In Memory of S**thead" is what it reads. Residents of Uniontown call the stone vulgar, and are enraged that it is located in the center circle of the cemetery, sharing the space with only a veterans memorial flag pole. Dog owner Judy Hagan purchased the plot legally, but may have done so after the animal was buried. Her ownership of the plot, and a lack of rules governing burials at the cemetery, have city leaders at a loss as they look for a remedy. Thats where Morganfield priest Father Gerald Baker comes into the picture. Baker has filed suit in Union County Circuit Court, asking the court to declare the stone and dogs burial a "common law nuisance". His suit asks the court to "remove the dog carcass from a cemetery that was, and is specifically for the internment of human remains." Father Baker is asking for a jury trial. Baker is represented by his brother Matthew Baker, a Bowling Green Attorney and former appeals judge.