Bobbi Kristina Brown's cousin Jerod Brown was arrested in Atlanta on Monday, police confirmed to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Records show that Jerod Brown, 27, was pulled over by police around 2 a.m. for a traffic stop and charged with with false representation to police and driving without a license.
AJC reports that a police were patrolling the area when an officer "smelled the distinct odor of marijuana," and eventually linked it to what appeared to be Jerod Brown's car.
The officer pulled the driver over and asked if there was any marijuana in the car. He was told, "no, but we just came from the studio." According to the report, the driver said he didn't have his license with him, and gave his name as Jahraim Wallace Reid.
"The name and date of birth did not appear to be valid," the officer wrote in the report (per AJC). Jerod Brown was later brought to the Atlanta City Jail. There's also an warrant out on him -- stemming from driving without a license and using a wrong signal.
Last week, Jerod Brown released "#PrayForBK," a tribute song for Bobbi Kristina Brown, 22, who was hospitalized in January after being found unresponsive in a bathtub in Roswell, Georgia. An aspiring music artist, Jerod Brown took to Facebook last week to clarify his reasons behind releasing the song.
"How can something so positive be turned into a negative just that quick?#PrayForBK record was not meant to be a hit record, or to jump start my career, but only to EXPRESS MY LOVE for my cousin," he wrote.
Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of Bobby Brown and late singer Whitney Houston, was recently moved out of an Atlanta-area hospital and into a rehabilitation facility, according to multiple reports.
There's been no official recent updates on her condition. The Houston family had last said she was fighting for her life.