Police have arrested three people as they investigate a string of drive-by shootings in Wodonga.
The trio were taken into custody on Thursday following an extensive investigation spanning several days.
Detectives and the Special Operations Group arrested two women, aged 43 and 29, about 10.30am on Thursday.
The 43-year-old was arrested at Woodland Street, Wodonga, while the 29-year-old was arrested from a caravan park in Melbourne Road.
A 29-year-old man was also arrested in relation to the investigation, at the Hume Freeway border checkpoint around midday.
Shots were fired at homes in Wornes Drive, Gilbert Street and Georgina Street, with a further incident reported at Quirk Court.
Footage from outside the Gilbert Street home showed a vehicle pass by, turn around, and single shot being fired.
Police believe the gun misfired or the bullet missed, but the other homes were damaged.
Bullet holes could be seen in windows at the Wornes Drive and Georgina Street homes.
One man was arrested on Monday following the weekend incidents, but was released without charge.
It is expected the Wodonga man will be extradited to Wodonga Magistrates' Court, charged with four counts of reckless conduct endangering life and four counts of discharge a firearm.
The women have each been charged with four counts of reckless conduct endangering life.
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The 43-year-old will face an out of sessions hearing at Wodonga Magistrates' Court tonight, while the 29-year-old will appear tomorrow.
Officers found two improvised explosive devices and drugs at the Georgina Street home the following day as part of the investigation.
The bomb squad had to be called in to detonate the explosives.
Resident Joshua Spittal, 39, remains in custody on charges of manufacturing an improvised explosive device, trafficking ice, possessing LSD and hindering police.
Speaking to The Border Mail after the incident, he said a bullet had been fired into his room while he was inside with his partner.
It hit the wall of the room and landed outside the bedroom.
A bullet hole could be seen in the window, along with damage to the white wall.
His home has an extensive CCTV system which was seized by police.
He did not apply for bail in the Wodonga Magistrates Court on Wednesday after his arrest, but information released by the court alleges he had 10.75 grams of ice in his home when officers executed a warrant.
A further 26 LSD tabs, $1270 in cash and four mobile phones were allegedly uncovered with the improvised explosives.
His case will return to court next month.
A nearby home on Murray Way was also targeted by three people in a home invasion, with the incident causing the occupant to go to Albury hospital with upper body injuries.
A large number of officers have worked on the incidents.
Detective Sergeant Graeme Simpfendorfer had appealed for information on Monday following the weekend drive-bys.
"These shootings are completely unacceptable for us, or for anyone, let alone in a country town," he said on Monday.
"The risk to those who are home are clearly life threatening with some serious consequences and penalties in court.
"Someone could have been seriously injured."