A Port Jefferson Station man accused of impersonating a federal agent had three more alleged victims than previously thought, bringing the total to five, Suffolk County prosecutors said Wednesday.
David Bradley of was ordered held on $350,000 bond Wednesday. He is charged in an eight-count indictment of kidnapping, criminal impersonation and other crimes.
Attorney Anthony LaPinta said Bradley pleaded not guilty. He declined further comment.
The 39-year-old suspect was arrested June 11 after police said he handcuffed and briefly detained a 19-year-old man while posing as an Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent. The teen was later released.
The indictment charges Bradley also posed as a federal agent on June 6, May 10 and twice on May 4.
Police said last week that Bradley also identified himself as an ICE agent in a failed attempt to gain access to a crime scene in one of the May 4 incidents.
If convicted of kidnapping, Bradley could be sentenced to up to 25 years.
Prosecutors are trying to determine if there are other victims.
-With Associated Press.