An aftermath of a deadly shooting in Overland Park persists and a suspect mugshot is being downplayed by local media.
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Just as the denizens of our blog community predicted . . .
Golden Ghetto push back against tech facilitating dangerous new neighbors was swift . . .
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The short-term rental home has been more than a cause for concern for many neighbors.
"It's certainly not the first time I've heard of complaints about the Airbnb because the nature with so many different people rolling through the neighborhood and staying there for a few days," said Chris McGuyer, the president of the Brookhighland Homeowner's Association.
McGuyer said when he came home Saturday, he saw more than nine cars outside the home. Neighbors said the house had loud music going until 3 or 4 in the morning. It's even more concerning, now that someone is dead.
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OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - There's a push in Overland Park to change rules surrounding short-term rentals like Airbnb after a deadly shooting. On Monday, officials charged Anthony Duane Smith with second degree murder. He's accused of shooting and killing 46-year-old Sharell Holloman at a home in Overland Park Sunday .
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - A Topeka, Kansas, man has been charged Monday in a deadly shooting over the weekend at an Overland Park home that was being used as a short-term rental. Anthony Duane Smith has been charged with second-degree murder in Johnson County, Kansas.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Overland Park Mayor Curt Skoog announced Monday he would be addressing safety issues associated with short-term rental properties, following a Sunday morning fatal shooting . Overland Park police say the shooting took place in an Airbnb rental home in the 9700 block of West 145th Terrace.
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