ARLINGTON HEIGHTS (KDKA) — Two men are facing charges in connection to a shooting that happened in Arlington Heights on Wednesday.

According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Pittsburgh police have obtained arrest warrants for 30-year-old Jerome Brown, of Brookline, and 29-year-old Terrence Brown, of Knoxville. The Post-Gazette says the two men are brothers.

They are facing a number of charges, including attempted homicide and aggravated assault.

The Post-Gazette reports that Jerome and Terrence’s sister got into an argument with her boyfriend at an apartment in the 3100-block of Cordell Place. After she left the apartment, her brothers arrived and got into a physical altercation with the boyfriend.

The boyfriend’s brother later arrived at the scene and was shot in the thigh. The boyfriend suffered a head injury.

The Browns fled the scene, and the victims were taken to UPMC Mercy Hospital.

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