Attorney General Brian Frosh is advocating for tighter regulations on ghost guns after last week’s quadruple shooting in Germantown. Frosh says they know that crime is going up and that criminals are choosing these guns, like last week’s shooter. Ghost guns are growing in popularity because they are ordered online as kits and assembled at home, with no serial number, and no background check required. Frosh is among attorneys general across the country urging the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to classify the ghost guns kits as firearms. Frosh says he doesn’t want to make it illegal, he just wants individuals to have to show proof they are legally able and qualified to own a gun before purchasing the kits.