- Associated Press - Monday, November 24, 2014

PICO RIVERA, Calif. (AP) - Los Angeles County sheriff’s officials say two brothers have been arrested in connection with a September shooting outside a Chuck E. Cheese’s restaurant that shattered windows and sent people fleeing.

Deputy Ryan Rouzan says 33-year-old Jesse Ortiz and 31-year-old Jimmy Ortiz could face charges including attempted murder and shooting into an inhabited dwelling.

The suspects, both Pico Rivera residents, are currently awaiting a preliminary hearing.

Nobody was hurt in the September 29 shooting, which investigators have called gang-related.

Several windows of the pizzeria and children’s fun center were shattered and at least two others had what appeared to be bullet holes.

A customer at the restaurant for her daughter’s seventh birthday said she hit the floor when she heard glass crashing and began looking for her kids.

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