It's a gang-ridden, Gainesville neighborhood... A rise in crime has people living in fear, and law enforcement on high alert... with this message for the troublemakers. 3 Good evening. Gainesville police say they've seen a disturbing rise in the amount of gang-related activity, in one specific part of the city. The crime has become so violent, many of the locals call the area, "Pakistan"... Even the pizza man refuses to deliver there after dark. We're talking about the Pineridge community. It's off Northwest 34th Street, near U-S 441. Channel 4's Hailey Winslow visited Pineridge today to talk to neighbors and police... She joins us now live. Hailey, what kind of crime are we talking about? 3 3 3 The really disturbing part is KIDS are causing this gang violence... shootings, break- ins, bombs...and it's scaring people into moving away... 3 00-0609-1335-38Pineridge...kno wn to these people - as "Pakistan." last weekend, teens targeted Toneke Miller and her 3 young children - one who's autistic...Gainesville police are amping up patrol in the problem areas, stretching along NW 23rd Terrace and NW 25th Street...Last week, they chased and arrested a 16-year old trying to ditch an AK-47... 3 days later, kids were cuffed after making "homemade bombs ..."Police are implementing a 3-prong plan to combat the problem...prevention, social intervention and suppression... Kids who are not receptive, will be arrested and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law... Police are especially trying to control this gang problem now, because if they're creating bombs at this young age, it's hard to imagine what they're capable of when they get older. Hailey, did police give any reason why gang-activity is rising now?