NASHUA — Police on Thursday arrested Jeremy Richard Raskiewicz and charged him with criminal threatening, saying he allegedly threatened to blow up the National Guard armory in Nashua.

After receiving a report of the threat, officers found Raskiewicz, 38, at his Underhill Street home, where he was arrested without incident, Nashua police said in a statement.

The charge against Raskiewicz is a Class B felony punishable by up to seven years in prison. He was held without bail and was scheduled to be arraigned this past Friday at Hillsborough County Superior Court South.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call Nashua police at 603-589-1665.