A 54-year old Lynn man, who allegedly raped his roommate and then set the house on fire was ordered held without bail at his arraignment in Lynn District Court today. Judge Michael Patten also revoked his bail in two open cases involving the same victim. A dangerousness hearing is scheduled for Monday, December 11, 2017. \n\nMichael Comeau was charged with Attempted Murder; Aggravated Rape; Assault to commit a felony; Attempt to commit a crime; Assault \u0026 Battery in violation of a abuse prevention order; Assault \u0026 Battery causing serious bodily injury; Breaking \u0026 Entering in the Nighttime for a felony; Violation of a Restraining Order (3 counts); Mayhem; and Arson of a Dwelling. \n\nEssex Assistant District Attorney Jennifer Tsingos told the court that at approximately 8:20 last evening, Lynn Police were dispatched to 47 Glenwood Road for a reported sexual assault where the male suspect fled, had possibly set the house on fire and was armed with a knife. Upon arrival, officers were flagged down by a neighbor, who was the 911 caller. She told officers that she answered her door and found the naked female victim bleeding from head and face at her door. The female victim told officers that Michael Comeau was trying to kill her and that he had set the house on fire. Lynn Firefighters located Comeau inside the house. \n\nADA Tsingos had moved the revoke the defendant\u2019s bail on Tuesday after he violated a judge\u2019s order to stay away from the victim, following his arraignment for assault \u0026 battery on Monday. The judge issued a restraining order to the victim and released the defendant. Lynn Police were called to the victim\u2019s home two times the following day for reports that the defendant had violated the restraining order. In both cases, police were unable to locate him and issued arrest warrants.\n\nThe defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty. He is represented by Attorney Ray Buso.