When FOX 26 News asked the Harris County Sheriff's Office about all the calls they get from residents in the Greensbrook Place subdivision, the law enforcement agency said many of those calls involve two or three families that have an ongoing issue with each other's children.
But residents say the problem is much deeper than that and they fear it's only a matter of time before someone ends up dead.
"The neighbors in this neighborhood are frustrated," said Tammica Motley.
It looks like a lot of middle class neighborhoods in northeast Harris County with well-kept manicured lawns and at least two cars in each driveway.
"Our first night here after we moved in, noticed two little girls trying to break into my car in the driveway," said Patricia Ortiz.
Videos posted on social media show out of control bravado-filled teenagers acting as though they are in charge.
"Jumping on kids, fighting adults, breaking into homes, breaking into cars, hanging out in abandoned houses, you name it," said Motley.
"Little boys, little girls, different ages, different sizes, jumping on people's cars, people's homes," said David Castillo.
"It's not safe to even take our dog to the park," said Cynthia Saldana. "You see like a gang of little kids and your like, you know what, let's just turn around and go back home and play in the backyard because we don't know what they're going to do."
"They're smaller kids but these days, you don't know what they're going to do anymore," added Ortiz. "I got scared and was afraid to walk."
"What kind of parents let their kids be out at 11 o'clock at night?," asked Charlie Moreno. "These are 11-year-olds."
Residents said that the children tried to jump a delivery man at a nearby Dollar General Store and posted it on social media.
Residents also said they hope the sheriff's office will start taking the situation more seriously.