Four Active Duty Army Soldiers at Ft. Carson Arrested on Felony Charges

Four Active Duty Soldiers arrested at Ft Carson, CO

Four Active Duty Army Soldiers at Ft. Carson Arrested on Felony Charges

Four active duty Army soldiers have been arrested on felony charges at Ft. Carson. The soldiers engaged in an act of armed home invasion involving a fellow service-members residence. Dustin Mincy, 20, Mykal Hall, 19, Aaron Perry, 21, and Roman Alred, 20 turned themselves in and were taken into custody. They are being held at the El Paso County Correctional facility on multiple felony counts including first degree burglary.

 

Fort Carson soldiers arrested after alleged Colorado Springs home invasion

By: Kaitlin Durbin , July 25, 2016
Four Fort Carson soldiers reportedly turned themselves in to police after allegedly breaking into another soldier’s home in southeast Colorado Springs and threatening a person with a gun.

Dustin Mincy, 20, Mykal Hall, 19, Aaron Perry, 21, and Roman Alred, 20, were arrested on suspicion of first-degree burglary, felony menacing and child abuse, Colorado Springs police said. All remain in the El Paso County jail, records show.

The home invasion happened about 6:30 p.m. Sunday in the 1100 block of Verde Drive, near South Circle Drive. A family of four, with two young children, reportedly were in their home when four men they knew walked in. One man carried a handgun, police said.

The gun-wielding man threatened to shoot the family and demanded property, police said. When the family refused to provide what they asked, the suspects left but threatened to return, police said.  Read More

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