Juan Uribe-Vidal of Hobbs, NM and James Gomez of Hagerman, NM are charged with aggravated battery on a peace officer and aggravated assault on a peace officer.
New Mexico State Police say that Hobbs Police officers and Lea County Sheriff's deputies were executing a search warrant at 61 East Everglade Road around 12:30 AM on November 24th.
However, Uribe-Vidal, 25, and Gomez, 22, reportedly started shooting at the agents who were searching the home.
Some of the bullets hit Lea County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Michael Tovar in the right arm and neck.
Tovar -- a 6 year veteran of the Lea County Sheriff's Office -- was flown to University Medical Center in Lubbock with serious injuries.
Tovar was later treated and released from the hospital.
After Tovar was hit, officers from the Lea County Sheriff's Office and Hobbs Police Department returned fire.
However, the return fire only hit the home, and didn't injure anyone inside.
After the shooting was over, New Mexico State Police investigators searched the home.
Investigators reportedly found 11 firearms and an improvised explosive device in the home.
New Mexico State Police then arrested Uribe-Vidal and Gomez.
Both men are now charged with aggravated battery on a peace officer and aggravated assault on a peace officer.
As of Tuesday evening, both Uribe-Vidal and Gomez were being held in the Hobbs Police Department City Jail.
New Mexico State Police say that an investigation into the incident is ongoing.