A member of Alaska's Army National Guard who is indicted on charges connected to the sexual assaults of several women will remain out of custody for now.

Kayshawn Dyett, 22, faces 14 charges -- a dozen of them are felonies.

He was initially charged with the sexual assaults of two women in the same 24 hours in April.
Then, an additional six women came forward, reporting alleged sexual assaults that go as far back as 2012, when Dyett was a sophomore at Bartlett High School.

Last month, judge Kevin Saxby raised his bail to $10,000 -- double the previous amount -- in light of the additional alleged victims. He then gave Dyett two weeks to come up with the additional bail money -- which he posted on Thursday.

Dyett will remain on house arrest and electronic monitoring with the state's Pretrial Enforcement Division

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