COLLIERVILLE, Tenn. -- One woman reported to police she was driving by the Wolf River on 385 south of Eads when large concrete blocks kept pounding into the side of her car.
WREG found three more people who said the same thing happened to them on a rural part of 385.
One woman says her 4-year-old and 4-week-old were in the back seat when the concrete hit her car.
Jamie Holcomb says it was the last thing she expected to hear.
"That’s the least of my concerns, traffic accidents caused by drivers, not pedestrians planting stuff," Holcomb said.
Collierville Police reports show almost all the incidents happened at the same spot behind a subdivision that backs up to the highway.
"It’s hard to believe kids would do something like that it can cause a lot of harm," Murray Keith said.
Keith lives near the spot where the concrete was thrown.
"We’ve been here almost three years and we see people all the time, kids and adults on three-wheelers and four-wheelers," he said.
Tamika Anderson said whether city or suburb, it’s the same problem: teens who are out of control
"It’s hard to deal with your kids when you’re afraid of them there are a lot of parents more afraid of their kids then children are afraid of them," Anderson said.
The incidents happened over the weekend. Police haven't had any further reports this week.