Police: 2 Virginia men arrested for shooting, damaging senior apartments
FAIRFAX COUNTY, Va. (ABC7) —
Two men were arrested over the weekend for shooting a senior living apartment building in Crossroads, Virginia last month, Fairfax County Police reported.
Police say Nehemias Perez Escobar, 35, and Irvin Rodriguez Perez, 23, from the Fairfax County part of Falls Church were determined to be behind several shootings at the Goodwin House Bailey's Crossroads retirement community.
In a press release, police say during the month of February, three windows at the community were hit by bullets, although there were no injuries.
Officials confirmed that the facility was not the intended target.
Escobar and Perez were charged with "discharging firearms or missiles within or at building or dwelling house and willfully discharging firearms in public areas," according to police.