A New Hampshire man is facing multiple charges after he allegedly sexually assaulted a woman and pointed a handgun at another man while impersonating an officer, according to Nashua police.
Nashua resident Michael Graham, 24, is facing charges of criminal threatening, false personation and aggravated felonious sexual assault.
Police said they took a report around midnight on Sept. 18 from a woman who said she was sexually assaulted by Graham. The woman and Graham knew each other.
The victim told police she called a friend to come pick her up. When that friend arrived, Graham allegedly opened the door and pointed a gun at the man, saying he was law enforcement and telling the man to leave. Both the man and the woman were able to leave the home.
During the investigation, police said Graham referred to himself as Homeland Security Law Enforcement. Police determined this was not true and said he was really an armed security guard employed by a private security company.
An arrest warrant for the criminal threatening charge was obtained on Sept. 21. Graham was arrested without incident at his home that day and additional charges were added.
He was held on $100,000 bail and will appear in court Thursday.
It’s not clear if Graham has an attorney.