An Acton man accused of using his plow truck to ram a car with two teens in it was arrested late Tuesday night and charged with aggravated reckless conduct and criminal threatening.

York County Sheriff William L. King Jr. said deputies arrested 53-year-old John Charron after he allegedly drove straight into the front of a vehicle parked in his neighbor’s driveway with the plow raised in the air.

The blade slid up and over the car’s front hood and broke the windshield. The impact of the collision caused the vehicle’s airbags to deploy. Charron’s teenage neighbor had just gotten into a friend’s car and both suffered minor bumps and bruises, King said.

The incident took place around 11 p.m. on Lake Shores Road in Acton. King said deputies “determined that a neighbor feud had boiled over,” with Charron confronting his neighbor in the his driveway. Charron has had a feud with the neighbor, police said.

Charron posted $3,000 cash bail on Wednesday afternoon and was released from the York County Jail. He is scheduled to appear in Alfred Superior Court on April 8.