Two men were arrested after Hall County Sheriff officials accused them of breaking into a Gainesville home.
Deputies said they received reports of a home invasion that occurred at a home on Dennis Drive off Mountain View Road the night of Jan. 18th.
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The caller, who authorities confirmed was someone who lived at the residence, told deputies that two men forced their way into their home and had a pistol.
According to authorities, the suspects told the victims they were looking for someone and later claimed they were searching for a package.
The two suspects then left the home without taking anything.
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Deputies confirmed at least four people were inside the home during the incident.
Officials confirmed that no one was injured.
The identities of the victims have not been released.
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Investigators later identified 29-year-old Kevin Almanza and 34-year-old Luis Alejandro Rivera-Orta, both of Gainesville, as the two suspects. They were taken into custody at a location on Monroe Drive.
Both suspects were charged with felony home invasion and are being held without bond at the Hall County Jail.
Deputies added that Almanza also faces a charge of methamphetamine possession.
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