Eielson man accused of raping woman .

A 20 year old man from Eielson Air Force Base is in jail on a "no bail" status, accused of raping a female acquaintance in November, 2012.

Sean Alexander Swammy was arraigned Wednesday afternoon in Fairbanks District Court on Felony charges of First and Second Degree Sexual Assault.

Each charge, according to Alaska Statutes, are considered Unclassified offenses that carry a maximum 99 years in jail.

According to University of Alaska Fairbanks Police, they received a report of "unusual sexual activity" on December 3, 2012.

The accuser, identified in court records as "A.Q." reported to police that during the late evening hours of November 8, 2012, she was riding in a vehicle with

Swammy, when he pulled into the parking area of the Tanana Valley State Fairgrounds.

The woman told police Swammy then "forced sexual contact on her in the back of the vehicle, despite repeatedly pleas that he stop."

During what police described in records as "non-custodial interviews," Swammy admits to "continuing his sexual contact with the woman despite her pushing

him away between three and five times."

Records also detailed what could be termed as a "cavalier" attitude, by Swammy, during the interviews.

In the interview, Swammy allegedly states that it was "persuasion through oral communication" that led to the woman "performing sexual contact on him," that

"A.Q." was "kind of reserved" about the contact, and "it might have been his smooth talking that convinced her to let him finish what he was doing."

A preliminary hearing in the case is set for next week, if Swammy isn't indicted by a Grand Jury panel first.