Celso Rivera, 31, was arrested in North Carolina on Oct. 17 and, after waiving rendition, was arraigned this week.
Rivera, 31 of was charged with armed assault in dwelling, firearm use in a felony, carrying a firearm without a license, armed assault, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and breaking & entering at night (felony), said Stephanie Guyotte, communications director for the Middlesex District Attorney's office.
He is being held without bail, pending a dangerousness hearing scheduled for Monday, Nov. 4.
Sheriff's deputies arrested Rivera, after investigators discovered his fingerprint was left at the Beacon Street home.
Rivera, according to authorities, was one of five men who forced their way into the Framingham home and tied up all five residents, including three children, at gunpoint.