southside over some leaking pipes running under Kabroon Court. Channel 4's Scott Johnson has been looking into this issue that has some concerned a sinkhole could open up. 3 3 00-0517-221:06-1:11ARCHIE BEAUVAIS/ 5:06:53 - JEA won't come and fix the street. this is the site that's in question...if you look this section of Kabroon Court dips a little lower than the rest... and the spray paint on the road reads "deformed pipe". Archie Beauvais lives here and worries these "deformed pipes" left un-fixed could cause a sinkhole.ARCHIE BEAUVAIS/COM PLAINED TO JEA 5:08:09 - 'do you think it's going to develo pinto a sinkhole?' yes I do. Yeah. Exactly. If you've got defective sewage pipes. What else could happen? Beauvais syas he's been complaining to JEA since july about pipes the leak under the road... some have been fixed, but not the one udner here.5:08:38 - usually when you have bad sewage lines. You going to have raw sewaged coming out. Why would someone wait 3-4 months when they know know what's going on. but i'm getting conflicting reports about when this was first reported... jea sent me this screen grab from their call center of the first complaint on August 28th. JEA says since then they've fixed three leaking pipes on the road already...but not the pipe under here... which they say doesn't leak. GERRI BOYCE/JEA 5:20:03 - sent someone out there immediately, and fixed damaged pipes fairly quicly. JEA says they are monitoring the situatino and will repair it next week.They say there's no evidence a sinkhole could form.5:20:52 - we have to prioritized projects.In the case where we have sewer pipes that are leaking and cave ins we react. When we have depression, we don't. If we have problem before next week we would react sooner. 3 JEA also tells me...unlike most pipes, this pipe is egg-shaped, not round.That makes it a more difficult pipe to replace.