Its been more than a month since it happened, and neighbors say little has changed. Police say a woman was driving down Oak Forest Drive late one night when she swerved to miss a man and hit and killed 2 year old Virgil Armstrong.
Police have charged the driver Kristy Sims with reckless murder and leaving the scene of an accident. But neighbors say, even after the death of a little boy, cars still speed through the Lee Oaks neighborhood. "It's still constant speeding, the police department has put up speed detectors but it's not helping, there still doing 30-40 miles per hour," said neighbor Vickki Webb.
We brought Zapper 12 out to the neighborhood and we found folks regularly going 10-15 miles per hour over the speed limit. It was really noticeable right around 8 a.m. as folks were going to work and school. "Its quite frustrating because I have teenage sons," Webb said. "They can't play near the street because traffic is awful they have to stay in the backyard."