A 9 p.m. curfew could be the answer to curbing the "drug and prostitution problem" at Kemp Harrison Homes on Memorial Terrace, so says the Warner Robins Housing Authority.
"When was the last time you've had a curfew in your life?" I asked Louis Davis, a tenant.
"When I was 18 years old in Perry, Georgia," Davis said.
Now 64, Davis says he wants to be treated like it.
"That statement, 9 o'clock curfew, is wrong to me. It's violating my rights. I'm a grown man," Davis said.
But Davis is no stranger to problems at Kemp Harrison.
He's been living for four years at the public housing complex for seniors.
"It's rough. The drug dealers, the prostitutes, the drinking, people moving in and out that don't live here. Those are the people causing problems," Davis said.