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A 17-year-old from Street was arrested Tuesday for allegedly shooting out windows in multiple houses and cars in northern Harford County in late April, according to charging documents.

Justin N. Bonham, of the 1500 block of Galixie Drive (spelled Galaxie Drive in court records), was arrested and charged as an adult after the Harford County Sheriff's Office responded to five complaints for vandalism overnight between April 26 and April 27, according to charging documents.

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Residents in the 1000 block of Woodshire Lane and the 5300 block of Rocks Road in Street saw and heard a single gunshot going into their homes through a window, while the homeowners were close to the locations of the bullets, according to the charging documents.

Single gunshots also damaged vehicles in the 800 block of Stansbury Road in Pylesville, the 900 block of Holy Cross Road in Street and the 4500 block of Clermont Mill Road in Street, according to charging documents.

The house shootings all occurred at about 11 p.m., while the vehicle shootings were reported between 5 and 6 p.m., according to charging documents.

In the incident on Woodshire Lane, the victim saw a suspect vehicle right before the gunshot was heard and pursued the vehicle to get a photograph of the gray Mazda 3, according to charging documents.

Investigators determined Bonham holds a learner's permit and has several past criminal charges, according to charging documents.

Bonham's mother said she was asleep, but her son would have had access to the keys to the Mazda. Bonham denied going out the night of April 26, but was very defensive and uncooperative with investigators. He pulled a set of keys from his pocket that included the keys to the Mazda, according to charging documents.

Bonham was charged with two counts of first-degree assault, five counts of vandalism and five counts of reckless endangerment from a car, according to online records.

He was released the same day on $10,000 bond, according to online records.

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