LAS VEGAS - The newly formed group League of Action says it has plenty of problems with local law enforcement.
"Taxpayers here pay taxes just like anywhere else, and the tactics that they are using on us are unfair," said League of Action member and former state lawmaker Wendell Williams. "We hope that the police department is not trying to balance their budget on the folks of the community, and it appears as if that's the case."
"They are paid to protect us, not harass us," said concerned resident Dorothy Hayes.
Organizers believe residents in West Las Vegas and parts of North Las Vegas are being unfairly targeted by both Metro Police and North Las Vegas Police. "All the unnecessary harassment such as attempted jaywalking and jaywalking, trespassing, you name it," Wendell Williams said.
"There are different types of situations that we want it to stop," League of Action member Jason Williams said.