Four U.S. soldiers break into couple's home and demand their possessions at gunpoint


Dustin Mincy, Roman Alred, Mykall Hall, Aaron Perry 
By: Chan Yuan

(Scroll down for video) While most soldiers are committed to serve and protect the country, four disgraced soldiers terrorized a couple and their children.

Police in Colorado, were called after the four soldiers broke into a home and demanded that the couple hand over their Playstation.

Police said that at least one of the men, had a gun and allegedly threatened to use it on the couple and their two children.

The break-in occurred after 6:15 p.m., on the 1100 block of Verde Drive.

The soldiers, all of them stationed at Fort Carson, allegedly threatened to shoot the family unless they complied with their demands.

When the couple did not listen to the men, they left and threatened to return with more guns and ammunition.

As soon as the soldiers walked out, the victims called police. They arrested Dustin Mincy, Roman Alred, Mykall Hall, and Aaron Perry.

The men, who are between 19 and 21 years old, are facing charges of burglary, menacing and child abuse.