Two men have been arrested after a Prudential Center window was injured in a shooting early Sunday morning.
According to Boston police, 28-year-old Mario Escobar, of Roxbury, and 25-year-old Carlos Perez-Mejia, of Jamaica Plain, were arrested Sunday morning after police responded to a call for shots fired in the area of 867 Boylston Street in the city's Back Bay neighborhood.
When officers arrived on scene, they were provided a description of two suspects and the vehicle they were driving.
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Police searched the area and found a car matching the description they were given. They interacted with the driver and passenger and subsequently removed them from the vehicle. Police say the officers located a 9mm Ruger firearm inside of a bag underneath the passenger's seat.
Both Escobar and Perez-Mejia were arrested.
Further investigation led officers to 888 Boylston Street where they located ballistic damage to one of the windows.
Escobar and Perez-Mejia are charged with unlawful possession of a firearm, malicious destruction of property and discharging a firearm within 500 feet of a dwelling.
The two suspects are expected to arraigned in Boston Municipal Court. It is unclear if they have attorneys.