Jeffrey Piccolella and Nicholas Puccio, both of Palm Beach County, were arrested and charged with criminal mischief and use of a firearm while under the influence.
The desk clerk and security guard of the Hotel Shelley, in Miami's South Beach area, called police after hearing gunshots. A guest at the hotel then informed the desk clerk someone was tossing furniture and other items out a second-floor hotel window, the incident report states.
Police spokesman Detective Vivian Hernandez said officers arrived, found a spent shell casing amid the debris outside, and called in the SWAT team.
The incident report says that, in a recorded interview, Piccolella allegedly told a detective he and Puccio were drinking before returning to the hotel room, then threw hotel furnishings out the window and took turns firing a .380-caliber pistol.
One bullet penetrated the window, and an interior wall, of a nearby store, store manager Adelchi Mancusi said.
The Miami Herald reported Thursday that TSA spokesman Jon Allen said, in an e-mail, that Piccolella and Puccio were not in Miami on TSA business at the time of the incident.
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