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Nashua man faces multiple charges
MANCHESTER — A Nashua man was arrested for allegedly holding a woman at gunpoint in her apartment, police said.
Rafael Santos 47, was charged with four felonies: burglary, criminal threatening, possession of a controlled drug and felon in possession of a firearm. He also was charged with resisting arrest.
At 11:40 p.m., police responded to 205 Bowman St. for two men fighting. Police spotted one man matching the description, later identified as Santos, walking on the street.
According to police, Santos fled on foot and after a brief foot pursuit, he stopped and turned towards the officers. Santos began to approach the officers at which time a violent struggle followed until the officers were able to handcuff Santos on the ground. Santos had a loaded semi-auto .380-caliber firearm, duct tape and a black ski mask.
Police said two men, including Santos, entered her apartment and held her at gunpoint. One man appeared to be looking for something while the other held her at gunpoint, police said. Both left without taking anything. There were no injuries.
The other man was described as Hispanic, early 20s, wearing blue jeans and a red hat.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Manchester Police at 668-8711.
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