Code enforcement officials visited apartment in downtown Little Rock infested with creatures of the night Friday.
Just two days before our story aired and the same day one tenant said he was bitten by a bat while sleeping.
Code enforcement officers told KARK one dead bat was found during their visit to the apartments.
Sunday our cameras spotted another bat, out during the day, a sign health department officials said is a clear indication it was sick.
Code enforcement said when they get a call to investigate an alleged bat infestation, they won't cite the property, unless the property management does not correct the problem in a timely manner.
The amount of time code enforcement gives varies based on the property.
"We just want to make sure," said code enforcement manager Tracy Roark. "There's a healthy bat population out there, and to see if there's any issues in that, but we just want to keep them away from people. "
The tenants we mentioned who was bitten by the bat is currently getting rabies vaccines.
The health department suggests notifying them as well if you come into contact with a bat.