The three men who BASE jumped off One World Trade Center in 2013 have successfully dodged felony charges.

According to a release from the Manhattan DA's office, a jury acquitted James Brady, Marko Markovich, and Andrew Rossig of felony burglary charges earlier today, but found them guilty of misdemeanor BASE jumping, reckless endangerment, and reckless endangerment of property.

The jump occurred at around 3 a.m. on September 30th, 2013. Prosecutors said that Brady, 33, was working as an iron worker at the 1 WTC construction site, and hid equipment for Markovich, 28, and Rossig, 34, to complete the jump with him. The three leapt 104 stories off the building's communications ring and were spotted by a manager at a local bagel store, who called 911. The three men weren't arrested until March of 2014.

“In the nearly two years since this BASE jump occurred, the three men who parachuted off One World Trade Center have yet to acknowledge the dangerousness or cost of their actions,” Manhattan DA Cy Vance, Jr. said in a statement. “The defendants took pride in their perceived accomplishment, and seemed to relish evasion of authorities. Today, a jury found their stunt to be reckless and illegal."

The men are expected to be sentenced on August 17.