A Rochester man was arrested twice this week and allegedly struck a female with a gun and threatened to kill her, police said.

According to police, Tyler Irving, 23, of Rochester, was arrested in wake of an incident on Saturday where Irving allegedly pointed a gun at a female, later striking her with the weapon and threatening her life, leaving the female with minor injuries.

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Police said that after he was taken to Strafford County Jail and arraigned at Strafford County Superior Court on Wednesday, Irving was released on bail and hours later police responded to another incident where Irving had allegedly "jumped another person," police said in a statement.

Irving and other individuals, police said, had gone to an apartment to collect some belongings when a disturbance broke out and resulted in a physical altercation. Irving was then arrested a second time, per police.

In his first arrest, Irving was charged with first-degree assault with a deadly weapon, criminal threatening with a deadly weapon, felon in possession of a dangerous weapon, falsifying physical evidence and simple assault. He was then charged with riot, witness tampering/retaliation and contempt upon his second arrest, according to police.

Irving was transported to Strafford County Jail to await his arraignment on Thursday.

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