BLOOMFIELD, Neb. -- The Nebraska State Patrol has released the names of the suspects in Bloomfield's double-homicide. 

NSP said they arrested 25-year-old Alias Reed and 27-year-old Kaylyne Sweazy in connection to the deaths of two people in Knox County. 

Around 9:30 a.m., the Knox County Sheriff's Office and Bloomfield Police Department got a report of a shooting that had happened at Curt's Lanes and Dining, at 112 W Grant Street. 

The Sheriff's Office and Police Department found two dead men, each with apparent gunshot wounds. 

BPD said they requested the assistance from the NSP to investigate the incident. 

NSP said the initial investigation led to the identification of a person of interest, Reed of Bloomfield. Reed was found a short time later and taken into custody. 

Following further investigation, NSP said Reed has been arrested for two counts of first-degree murder. 

NSP said Reed's girlfriend, Sweazy, has been arrested for tampering with evidence. 

Reed has been lodged in the Knox County Jail, and Sweazy has been lodged in Antelope County Jail.

Authorities said the initial investigation led them to believe the shooting happened during an altercation between Reed and the victims at the bowling alley. 

NSP said Reed and Sweazy were found a short time later at their home. 

The NSP said they've been assisted by the Knox County Sheriff's Office and Bloomfield Police Department. 

This is an ongoing investigation.