Two men are facing multiple charges after Alaska State Troopers say they reportedly broke into a couple's home in Upper Kalskag and assaulted them. 

Just before 2 p.m. on March 18, AST got a call from a male stating he and his girlfriend were just assaulted, according to trooper's online dispatch.

"Aniak basked troopers responded and the investigation revealed Kyle Mute, 27 years old of Upper Kalskag, and Andrew Kameroff, 32 years old of Lower Kalskag, barged into the complainants' dwelling and assaulted them because they felt the male half of the residence was beating on female half," troopers wrote.

According to the online dispatch, a rifle and a bottle of whiskey were also taken from the house.

The couple told troopers there was no domestic disturbance.

Kyle and Andrew are being charged with burglary in the first-degree, theft in the second-degree, two counts of assault in the fourth-degree and theft in the fourth-degree.

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