SAN ANTONIO--Roaches and bed bugs, that's what some people living at the Alazan Apache Apartments say they are having to deal with.
"I can't even be happy right now, " said Serina Martinez.
Martinez, a single mom with two daughters said tiny little bed bugs have taken over her apartment. "I have marks everywhere from them, " added Martinez.
Next door neighbor Armando Perales is having to deal with roaches. Perales can't even store his dishes inside his kitchen cabinets, he has to put them in his refrigerator.
Perales went on to say about a month ago a doctor found several roaches inside his ear. "They took out four small ones, and one big one, " said Perales.
There was a huge roach infestation at the Alazan Apache apartments last September. "What we may be seeing now is that it may be popping up in isolated areas, " said Melanie Villalobos with the San Antonio Housing Authority.
Villalobos told News 4 WOAI the entire building where Martinez and Perales live will be treated Wednesday.
"That way it ensures that any unit in that building that might have issues receives treatment, and then they'll be follow up inspections to ensure treatments until it's resolved, " added Villalobos.
The San Antonio Housing Authority says there haven't been many cases of bed bugs, and they want to remind families used furniture can carry them.