Those who live in the neighborhood where this viral video was recorded told KFOX14 a lot of trouble happens near here, and it's usually caused by children.
"They're really bad kids. They stop traffic down on Alameda, too,” said Joel Cantu, a neighbor.
"I see them. Even in the store, they talk a lot of smack,” another neighbor said.
"There's a lot of things that happen at night,” said Cecilia Quinatnar, a neighbor. “I hardly see parents around."
These neighbors told us they want El Paso police to have body cameras in situations like the ones they described.
Ron Martin, the El Paso Police Department union president, said, "I don't want to lose men and women that can be police officers so we can buy cameras.”
Martin said the union and officers aren’t opposed to wearing the cameras. He said the issue with the cameras is the cost of the equipment and storage.