A valley family went to the cemetery and saw the graves of their loved one covered in water, and they say the cemetery has done nothing to fix the problem.
Alisa Celis said her mom's grave has been sinking because of the broken sprinkler box next to it.
Celis said her son's grave is often covered with mud from this dirt area next to his headstone.
"Last week was my mom's birthday, I couldn't even come here on her birthday, I had to come on Sunday to give her her flowers and give her her balloons and stuff," said Celis. "And I still didn't get no satisfaction out of what I came here to see. It's hurtful."
Her dad first noticed the issues when he was at Bunkers Cemetery four weeks ago for another funeral.
"It's very, very disrespectful, as my daughter said, and it's a very sensitive matter," said Tommy Hart, Celis' daughter.
Hart said he and his daughter have been calling for the past month and asked for work order on the graves three different times.
They tried raising her mom's grave, but it was left covered with mud.
While looking at the graves with Hart and Celis, employees came out to ask us to leave. But we insisted on showing them why we were there. They started fixing one of the issues on the spot, while we were still there.
Maintenance workers said there is an issue with the watering system underneath this part of the graveyard, but they promised to fix these two graves, as soon as possible.