Litchfield, Conn. -- Investigators looking into a sexual-assault complaint found explosives in the home of cinematographer Adam J. Kimmel, Connecticut State Police said.
Police said they found a gun, explosives and fireworks in Kimmel's Salisbury home, The Hartford Courant reported Friday. Kimmel's movie credits include "Capote" and "The Ref."
He had been arraigned this week on one count of fourth-degree sexual assault and a charge of risk of injury to a minor. Police arrested him Thursday and charged him with criminal possession of a firearm, illegal possession of explosives and illegal possession of fireworks.
Kimmel, 49, was arraigned Friday on the weapons and explosives charges and was released after posting $5,000 bail, the newspaper said.