Thomas Galvin, Rose Law Group regulatory attorney, talks to 3TV about recent short-term rental shooting

By Brittni Thomason | AZ Family

Neighbors of a home where a shooting happened after it was rented out for a party want someone to be held responsible for the damage to their homes.

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS5) – We’re learning more about a short-term rental party that turned violent early last Sunday.

Police said the party was happening when shots rang out in the neighborhood near 56th Street and Bell Road. Officers found about 100 shell casings.

“We’re pretty shaken up this week,” said Michael Nelson, who lives in the neighborhood. “It sounded like a war zone, essentially.”

Read on and watch the video at AZ Family.

“The City of Phoenix requires owners of short-term rentals to register with the city.”

Thomas Galvin, Real Estate Attorney with Rose Law Group
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