Two men were arrested in Johnson County early Sunday following a shooting on Kansas Highway 10.
The suspects and the victims - all from Kansas City, Mo. - earlier had been in Lawrence, where they'd been asked to leave Last Call, 729 N.H.
The suspects are charged with shooting at another vehicle containing several people while heading east on K-10, Johnson County Sheriff's Deputy Tom Erickson said. No one was hurt, but two bullet holes were found in the victims' vehicle, a Cadillac Escalade, he said.
"They were removed from Last Call earlier in the evening," Erickson said. He said he didn't know why.
Johnson County officers received a call about the shooting about 2:30 a.m. from one of five people in the Escalade, Erickson said. Sheriff's officers, along with police from Lenexa and Olathe, stopped both vehicles between Ridgeview and Renner roads. Spent bullet shells from a handgun were found in the suspects' vehicle, Erickson said.
The suspects were identified as Sidney Gulliam, 19, and Reginald Eugene Mack II, 19. Both have been charged in Johnson County District Court with aggravated battery, aggravated assault and discharging a firearm. They are being held in the Johnson County Jail on $25,000 bond.
Last Call lost its state drinking license late last year over allegations of illegal drug activity occurring inside the club. It has remained in operation, however, as a "bring your own booze" establishment.