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FLORENCE, Ariz. Two men are facing criminal charges in connection with a drive-by shooting in Maricopa.

Pinal County prosecutors say Andre Curry and Steven Bless were arraigned Friday on nine charges, including two counts of drive-by shooting.

Curry is being held on a $100,000 secured bond while Bless is being held on a $50,000 secured bond. It's unclear if the two have lawyers.

Authorities say Curry and Bless were at a house party Sept. 1 when they reportedly got into a fight with other partygoers.

Curry allegedly fired multiple shots into the air before the two men drove off.

Authorities say Bless made a U-turn and drove back to the house and Curry allegedly fired at least two shots at the home where people were standing outside.

There were no reported injuries.

Associated Press,

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