About 100 teens broke into a new $ 1.1 million home in Arizona to hold a party on July 4, leaving a whopping $ 10,000 in damage.
The luxury property was vandalized, thrown with alcohol on the walls, furniture destroyed, and the hall flooded when a culprit allegedly staged a barrel party via Snapchat and swarms of young revelers flocked to the place.
Shocking footage shows the partygoers throwing back drinks and smoking in the house in the highly ambitious North Peoria area after smashing a window to enter.
Real estate agent Jim Conway beat the ‘rightful’ revelers he caught dancing on the kitchen island and sprayed beer over the walls of the house for sale.
“It is aggravating. I mean, I wasn’t afraid, I was crazy. I’m just tired of this right. This is not their home, ”said Conway.
About 100 teens broke into a new $ 1.1 million home in Arizona for a July 4 party, leaving a whopping $ 10,000 in damage (photo)
The partygoers are seen outside the property in the highly ambitious area of North Peoria
Shocking footage shows the partygoers throwing back drinks and smoking indoors in the highly ambitious area of North Peoria after smashing a window to find their way in
The beer party was reportedly hosted via Snapchat, and flocks of young revelers flocked to the spot
The sprawling five-bed house (above) was destroyed by the teens during the July 4th party
The broker, who also built the sprawling five-bed house, told it AZfamily.com Around 1:30 am he received a call from a friend asking if he was having a party at home.
Conway said he drove to the site and was immediately confronted with chaotic scenes, with about ten teenagers and several cars off the front.
“There were perhaps ten people in the front yard and cars kept coming in. There were cars in front of me pulling in, cars behind me pulling in, “he said.
Conway said he confronted one of the young men in the front yard and asked what was going on.
“At first I just looked straight at him, I was like ‘hey what’s going on? “And they were like,” It’s a party! ” I had my phone, I picked up my phone and said, “straight on, smile!” And he turned and ran away, ”Conway told AZfamily.com.
The massacre escalated when Conway went in and saw about 100 people dancing on tables, smoking cigarettes and marijuana, and throwing drinks everywhere.
The luxury building was destroyed, thrown with alcohol on the walls, the furniture destroyed and the corridor flooded
The Aftermath: The party caused a whopping $ 10,000 in damage
Furniture was damaged and turned over, water ran down the hallway of the toilet, and the floor and walls were covered with alcohol, Conway said.
“It was total chaos. All furniture had been turned. They had flooded the toilet, so water was running down the hall.
“There were girls dancing on the kitchen island. There was a barrel on the island that they were dragging around, ”he said.
“They threw all the stage furniture around. Just damage everywhere. Lots of beer and liquid all over the walls.
“The whole house, the floor was just thick with sticky, viscous beer and alcohol or whatever. For some reason, there were many limes. ‘
Conway shouted for everyone to leave and the swarm of teenagers ran to the door and allegedly knocked him over on their flight.
It became dangerous when some revelers then began to shoot bullets in the air outside.
Real estate agent Jim Conway slammed the ‘rightful’ partygoers he caught dancing on the kitchen island and sprayed beer over the walls of the house for sale
According to the title, the luxury home has five bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and a large kitchen on the island
It also features a master retreat complete with a free-standing bath (pictured), his and hers sinks, and a custom walk-in closet
The luxury kitchen before the revelers broke. Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office has initiated an investigation into the incident
“I witnessed as four or five guns came out of car windows and just started firing into the air,” said Conway.
“It goes a little further than breaking in and throwing a party.”
After the partygoers dispersed, Conway said he then faced a massive cleaning operation, which took more than two days.
Furniture used to help sell the property was destroyed or stolen and the place destroyed.
In total, the damage reduced Conway to about $ 10,000.
“Once you get the initial cleanup, you’re like – oh this is chipped, oh that’s broken, oh this has a big scratch on it,” said Conway.
Conway shared the shocking photos of the party and aftermath on his Facebook page, and filed a complaint with the Maricopa County Sheriff.
According to the title, the luxury home has five bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and a large kitchen on the island.
It also features a master retreat complete with a free-standing bath, his and hers sinks, and a custom walk-in closet.
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office has initiated an investigation into the incident.
No arrests have been made.