Two bouncers at a south Nashville nightclub were arrested Friday for shooting at one of the bar's customers.
Metro police said Christopher Lyon, 25, and Forrest Bradford, 41, also tried to hide the shell casings after the shooting.
Police said both men were working at Club Miami located at 295 East Thompson Lane early Wednesday morning when a woman got into a fight inside the club.
The bouncers said after the fight, the woman crashed her white Chevy Impala into another car and then began driving away.
Both men approached the car with their guns out and they claimed the driver tried to run over them.
Both fired shots at the car as it drove past them, hitting two tires and the bumper.
Officers were able to locate the driver. She wasn't injured and said that she didn't see the security guards and didn't know they were shooting at her car.
She also said she thought the sounds were from gravel striking her car.
Police stated when they got to the club, the men had picked up all but one of the shell casings, making it impossible to determine where each guard was standing when they fired the shots.
Investigators determined that there was no threat to them at the time they opened fire.
When asked why they picked up the shell casings, no one could give a reason.
There were no calls to police from Club Miami. The calls came from the neighborhood.
Both Lyon and Bradford were arrested for aggravated assault and tampering with evidence.