Two men were arrested in Boston after they were alleged to have been shooting the Prudential building window





Two men were arrested in Boston early in the Sunday after he was alleged to have committed a gun in Back Bay and damaged the Prudential Center window, the police said.

Officials responded to a radio call on shots in the area of ​​867 Boylston St captured Mario Escobar, 28, of Roxbury, and Carlos Perez-Mejia, 25, of Jamaica Plain, and found a car that described a vehicle that is suspect, Boston police said in a statement.

After locating Escobar and Perez-Mejia, officers removed them from the car, and found a 9mm Rubber gun in a bag under the passenger seat.

“When further investigation was carried out, detectives were directed to the building at 888 Boylston St. where they were installing ballistic damage to one of the windows, ”according to the statement.

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It is expected that both men will be placed in unlawful firearms, unlawful possession of ammunition, carrying a publicly loaded firearm, malicious destruction of property, and discharging firearms within 500 feet of dwelling.

Escobar and Perez-Mejia are expected to be re-aligned at Boston City Court.

Alejandro Serrano can be found at alejandro.serrano@globe.com.

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