Two Griffith men have been charged over a drive-by shooting in November last year.
The 29-year-old man was arrested on Tuesday as part of investigations carried out by Strike Force Dardabong, which was established after houses were shot up in 2014.
Around 12.15pm on November 10, a Monday, a Bringagee Street home was shot at, with a gold-coloured four-wheel-drive parked in the driveway sustaining damage.
Police allege the 29-year-old man was accompanied by another Griffith man, aged 33.
Fifteen minutes later, the 43-year-old occupant of the Bringagee Street home allegedly drove to a house in Gallipoli Street and fired back.
No one was home at the time the several shots were allegedly fired, police said.
The 43-year-old was arrested that afternoon and is currently before the courts.
On Tuesday, the 29-year-old was charged with discharging a firearm with intent to cause grievous bodily harm. He was granted conditional bail and has a Griffith Local Court date on April 29.
Later that night, detectives attended a Merrigal Street address and arrested a 33-year-old man, also in relation to the shootings.
He has been charged with fire firearm at dwelling-house disregard for safety; discharge firearm etc intend cause grievous bodily harm; possess shortened firearm (not pistol) without authority; possess unregistered firearm – prohibited firearm; possess unauthorised prohibited firearm; and possess ammunition without holding licence/permit/authority.
He was refused bail and will appear before Griffith Local Court on Wednesday.
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