Two members of the Dirty-Ps gang from Racine’s south side have been charged with first-degree attempted homicide.

The charges stem from an April 22 shooting near the 400 block of North Memorial Drive. Jordan L. Jones, 18, and Isaiah McGlorn, 18, were charged for their involvement in shooting a young Racine man in the leg.

The victim saw some of his cousins walking from a local party and being followed by young members of the Dirty-P gang, according to a criminal complaint by the Racine County District Attorney’s Office.

The “Little Dirty-P’s” wanted to fight. When the victim and others declined, they called Jones and McGlorn who arrived in a car and made threatening motions, grabbing at firearms through their clothes. The victim saw McGlorn shooting and saw Jones pointing his firearm when he was shot in the leg, according to a criminal complaint.

Both McGlorn and Jones are charged with first-degree attempted homicide and three counts of first degree recklessly endangering safety. McGlorn is additionally charged with possession of a firearm as a felon.