LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — More speeders, donuts and burnouts were caught on camera, but this time Clark County appears to be taking action to help slow drivers down along a notorious stretch of road on the east side of the Las Vegas valley.
"I was a kid once, I understand, but stupidity is not an excuse," said resident Brian Green.
Green and his neighbors have been documenting a series of dangerous driving behaviors for the past several months.
This past weekend was no exception.
"Friday night and Saturday night," said Green.
"Friday night, we had two vehicles that pulled up here, a pickup truck and a car, they stopped int he middle of the road next to each other, they locked up their brakes and they did burnouts and then sped forward and did donuts. That was about 9 o'clock in the evening," said Green.
Green asked Clark County Commissioner Marilyn Kirkpatrick about the speeders and possible solutions such as a speed hump or a dip in the road.
Commissioner Kirkpatrick tells 13 Investigates the county is looking at options, but speed humps and roadway dips have shown to launch cars airborne.
She adds all local governments are working together to come up with alternatives.
During a recent sting, authorities issued 70 citations, arrested 5 people and impounded 5 vehicles.
Kirkpatrick says another crackdown is coming.
"This is the first time we've actually gotten any action and I'm confident it's because we've got the television station involved and the visibility," said Green.
13 Investigates has uncovered a series of dangerous driving caught on camera dating back to at least 2018 near Charleston Boulevard and Hollywood and Lake Mead Boulevard and Los Feliz Street.