PHOENIX, Ore.-- Police are trying to respond to several accusations of drug activity on a cul-de-sac in Phoenix.
A group of five neighbors who live on that cul-de-sac took their concerns to the city council Monday night.
They say they've been complaining for months.
One neighbor tells NewsWatch 12 they feel unsafe with suspected drug activity, and often there are 20 cars coming in and out of the cul-de-sac in a day.
We had video provided to us by one of the neighbors.
It shows police presence on the street after discussing the situation with the police chief.
The residents said they were thankful the police department reacted so quickly.
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