Police have arrested two people over a public place shooting along Cessnock Road, Neath last year.
On Sunday, 25th August, a 23-year-old man reportedly heard a loud bang from his property and soon found a Holden Commodore which had been riddled with, what appeared to be bullet holes.
Following investigations, a 21-year-old woman was arrested in Cardiff on Thursday and charged with firing a firearm in a manner likely to injure persons/property.
She was refused bail.
While a 24-year-old man presented himself to Cessnock Police Station last night where he was charged with multiple offences, including supplying a prohibited firearm.
He’s also been refused bail and will front Newcastle Local Court later today.