"Flying bullets do concern me," said one concerned citizen in Springdale. The shooting at the Zabana night club is the third report of violence at a Springdale bar this year.
After getting kicked out of the Zabana Night Club early Sunday morning, police say Wilson Santiago-Lugo and Cristino Echevarria-Medina returned, armed with a gun.
According to investigators, the men fired two shots and hit a glass door.
The shooting happened on the side of the building. There is a bullet hole just below the entrance sign. And another one at the bottom of the door. "More people more drugs that's the way it goes," said another concerned citizen.
Some believe recent club shootings, like the one at Zabana and another one at the Mesquite club on New Years Eve are the result of population growth. "I would not call Springdale just Springdale. I would say it is a triplex. Springdale/Rogers/Fayetteville. They are all growing into one," said one man.
"I grew up here and I can remember when there just weren't any things like that going on and it seems like we have a few more every year," said another man. And they say rising violence is just something you have to deal with.
"I can't afford to buy me an armored SUV or anything to drive," said the man. "I'm concerned about it but what all I can do is prepare myself to be ready for when it happens to me. And I'm prepared," said another man.
Police arrested Santiago-Lugo and Echevarria-Medina after officers say they found them hiding at their girlfriend's apartments. Echevarria-Medina's car, which investigators believe was used in the shooting was seized for evidence.
Both are facing charges of committing a terroristic act.