GYPSUM, Colo. (CBS4)– Two residents of Gypsum were arrested after they called authorities to report intruders in their home but deputies found something else instead.

Dispatchers for the Eagle County Sheriff’s Office said they received a call on Friday afternoon from someone inside a home claiming that someone was trying to break in through the basement.

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When Eagle County Sheriff’s deputies arrived, the heard gunshots coming from inside the home.

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The residents, Kaleb and Shannon Mickely, said they fired two shotgun rounds into the basement in self defense.

Deputies cleared the home and found no intruders but they did find meth and prescription drugs.

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Kaleb and Shannon were arrested on several charges including felony drug possession, reckless endangerment and child abuse.