Two men were arrested and charged after they allegedly shot at an apartment complex for senior citizens in Fairfax County, police said.

The incidents happened in February at the Goodwin House Baileys Crossroads retirement community in the 3400 block of South Jefferson Street and police said the complex “was not the intended target, but rather the victim of reckless behavior.”

No one was hurt in the incidents.

Police said they responded to “a number of calls” from residents in the Baileys Crossroads area in February for reports of gunshots fired and damage to the apartment complex. Three apartments had windows that were hit by bullets.

Nehemias Perez Escobar, 35, and Irvin Rodriguez Perez, 23, both from Falls Church face charges of discharging firearms within or at a house and willfully discharging firearms in public areas, according to police.

Nehemias Perez Escobar (Fairfax County Police)
Irvin Rodriguez Perez (Fairfax County Police)

They are being held in jail without bond.