After a tornado victim ripped through their neighborhood on Saturday morning, some victims are worried about looters. Police say they've had complaints, but haven't charged anyone with the crime.
While officers say they've cut back patrols since the weekend, people in neighborhoods hit the hardest still feel a strong police presence. In the meantime, firefighters are using massive floodlights to make would-be looters think twice.
Ronald Graves said, "It's a little security for the neighborhood."
Keith Mayes said, "I mean, it's consistent every night, you know, and I just don't have to worry. I'm just relaxing that they take care of that."
On Friday, police plan to re-evaluate their patrols.