It's hard being a landlord some days, isn't it?
I recommend you start legal proceedings for eviction straight away. Make sure you do everything absolutely by the book, because the law favors the tenant and in the case of any kind of dispute, you want everything on record as having been done correctly by you.
I would also advise your tenant that she will be liable for any costs incurred by you as a result of the eviction. Make sure she understands this includes costs from damage done to the home by her, her pets, or any of her guests. Let her know that if the damage and other losses are not covered by the security deposit, you will have no hesitation in pursuing this to the full extent of the law, if necessary garnishing her wages until the debt is paid. Don't be afraid of doing this. If they are damaging your home, and you have evidence (ideally photographic and in writing) of the condition at move in and move out (i.e. eviction), you stand a good chance of being treated favorably by the courts.
Hope this helps. Good luck.
RE/MAX Casa Grande Yost Realty
First I am not an attorney but rather a property management company. Under normal circumstances we would serve a 5 day notice for the rent ,which apparently did and proceed to court on that providing they did not pay. It is the easiest way to get them out by. We would also serve them a 10 day notice a material breach of lease at the same time for the unauthorized guests and proceed on that if they paid the entire balance prior to court. My recommendation would to either hire a property management company to take over or hire an attorney to review your documents to make sure that all your paperwork is in order prior to proceeding. If you need any further help please feel free to contact me.
1. First thing to do is ask him to leave according to your lease.
2. If this doesn't work follow steps in the Landlord/Tenant Act: http://www.azsos.gov/public_services/publications/residentia
3. Consult with your attorney for next steps
If you are already in the process of evicting your tenant anyway, I don't see what else you can do unless there is a criminal act involved.