People living in a northeast Las Vegas neighborhood say it's so quiet during the day you can hear a coin drop, but when the sun sets, neighbors say that's when squatters reek havoc.
"Sometimes he will come out naked I will see him at different times squatting in the front yard to do his business," said one resident.
The man they are referring to they say stays in a dilapidated structure near Nellis and Lake Mead boulevards with no electricity, no water and no gas.
But longtime residents said he isn't alone.
"There is not one day that goes by we see someone different in that house," said another resident.
Neighbors said they're so concerned about retaliation, they don't even want to show their faces.
Making a difficult situation even worse, neighbors think the man may be mentally ill.
Las Vegas police confirmed they have responded to several calls at this location but said without a complaint from the owner, their hands are tied -- leaving longtime neighbors feeling stuck.
As far as who owns the residence, the land and the home are owned by two different people.
Las Vegas police said the homeowner needs to actually catch the squatter in the act to go after them and press charges.