Campbell man faces charges for May 1 house shooting

BOARDMAN — Police made an arrest Monday in relation to a shooting that occurred earlier this month.

Ronald Adams, 20, of Campbell is charged with one count of complicity to improperly discharge a firearm at or into a habitation.

The charge resulted from an incident in which officers found two bullet holes in the siding of a Cook Avenue duplex earlier this month.

On May 1, neighborhood residents reported hearing two gunshots about 4 p.m. and seeing a black Volkswagen speed away.

The bullets did not penetrate the siding and no one was hurt.

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