Two Pine Bluff men were arrested Monday after they allegedly fired shots at a house on the east side of town.

Two Pine Bluff men were arrested Monday after they allegedly fired shots at a house on the east side of town.

Dionne Woods, 23, and Bruce Hudson Jr. were taken into custody after police were sent to 909 Barrow Drive in response to a report that a man was chasing another man with a gun.

During a court hearing Wednesday, Deputy Prosecutor Maxie Kizer said the resident of the house reported that his former girlfriend came to the house and the two got into an altercation.

The woman reportedly left and returned with Hudson, her new boyfriend, and with Woods. The victim said he saw Woods and Hudson walk past his house staring at him.

Police found three bullet holes in the rear door and located two handguns in a laundry bag in the back seat of the vehicle Hudson and Woods arrived in, Kizer said.

Pine Bluff District Judge John Kearney set a $25,000 bond for Hudson and Woods after ruling prosecutors had probable cause to charge them with aggravated assault and with committing a terroristic act.

Kearney ordered Hudson and Woods to have no contact with the alleged victim and told them to come back to court Dec. 5.

The woman was released without charges.