CLOVIS, N.M. (KRQE) - Two Clovis brothers accused of blasting bullets into a home with adults and children inside have been arrested.
Police say Anthony Romo, 22, and Andres Romo Granado, 18, pulled up to a house on the 1200 block of North Lea Street Tuesday evening looking for a man.
When they figured out he wasn't there they starting shooting into the air before driving off, witnesses told police.
About an hour later they allegedly showed up at a second house in the same block and began firing through the front door and dining room window.
Three adults and two kids were inside at the time but none was hit.
The witnesses were able to identify the Romo brothers' car, police said.
The brothers also are accused of assaulting officers during their arrests.
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