Rogers and Tejeda are charged with aggravated unlawful discharge of a firearm and aggravated unlawful use of a weapon. Rogers also is charged with mob action, according to court records.
If convicted of aggravated unlawful discharge of a firearm, they could face probation or four to 15 years in prison.
If convicted of aggravated unlawful use of a weapon, they would not be eligible for probation and could face one to three years of parole. Prison time on that charge carries an additional year of parole.
First Assistant State’s Attorney Stephanie Klein said during the bond hearing that both men are known members of a street gang. She said police reported that about 22 shots were reported to be fired that night, and that 16 shell casings were recovered.
Lowery said that in almost all the incidents, known gang members were involved.
According to a news release sent Friday by the DeKalb Police Department, a handgun also was recovered when the two men were arrested, running the total of recovered handguns in connection with the incidents to eight. Lowery said the state crime lab will analyze the guns to see whether they can tie any of the incidents together.