Austintown Police have charged two Township residents after a house and two vehicles were shot up.

An officer investigating reports that someone was firing a pellet gun at passing cars on Mahoning Avenue early Tuesday was called to nearby Kleber Avenue.

According to a police report, officers found several pellet holes in a home’s siding and several windows.  In addition, police found dents and shattered windows on a Nissan Altima and a Ford Explorer. 

One of the property owners told officers he recognized the owner of the car where the shots came from.

Later in the morning, police pulled the suspect’s car over on Pembrooke Road and interviewed the driver, 21-year-old Madison Mayberry of Austintown, who admitted that she agreed to drive 18-year-old Mason Rusu to the home but didn’t know why.

Rusu, who was arrested later on a charge of vandalism, pleaded “not guilty”.  He faces another hearing later this month.

As of Wednesday morning, Mayberry has yet to appear before a judge on a charge of complicity.