RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — Authorities responded to a north Raleigh neighborhood Thursday night after a woman rammed her car into a house at least twice, police said.

Police said a woman got into an altercation with teenage neighbors and then smashed her car into the front door of a house in the 2200 block of Valley Edge Drive.

UPDATE: Raleigh woman arrested after ramming car into home during dispute with teens, police say

Raleigh police said the woman did not like a response she received from teenagers during the dispute. A police officer described the woman as “irate.”

Neighbors told CBS 17 that the woman, who is in her 30s, got into a dispute with a juvenile before repeatedly driving into the curb and hitting the front door of the home with her white Toyota Camry — at least twice.

UPDATE: Raleigh woman arrested after ramming car into home during dispute with teens, police say

Police have not released the name of the woman or said whether charges will be filed.

The identity of the teenagers will not be released.