As the Pokemon Go craze continues all over the world, some cemeteries and monuments, including the Veteran’s Memorial Cemetery in Fernley, are having problems with the game's players.

Tom Draughon, a member of the Northern Nevada Veteran Coalition's Honor Guard, says playing the game at the cemetery isn't necessarily illegal or not allowed, but some are finding it a bit disrespectful, including other Pokemon Go players.

“Kids running around here running through the sprinklers, on skateboards, it's just very disrespectful," says Draughon.

Draughon likes that Pokemon Go gives players a chance to get out of the house to explore their cities in search for the virtual monsters, but he believes there is a right time and right place for everything.

He says the Veteran's Memorial Cemetery has seen a decrease in players on the grounds since they reached out to Nintendo about removing in game objectives at their location.

“I think that we were the most concerned about was coming out here and defacing the monuments and the grave sites and that sort of thing, it's personal for us out here at this cemetery," says Draughon.

Some Pokemon Go players have their own personnel restrictions on where they'll play the game.

Emily Brown from Reno says a place like a cemetery is not a location where her she thinks her fellow players should be.         

“My friends we don't go anywhere that isn't public or open to having people play Pokemon Go," says Brown.