, 41, of 1 Tupperware Drive, was indicted on one count each of first-degree domestic sexual assault; domestic strangulation; and two counts of domestic assault.
The former two charges are felonies.
The alleged incidents took place in Ricco's condo on Nov. 28, state prosecutors said.
has been held without bail at the Adult Correctional Institutions since his
arrest, the same day.
A press release issued by Attorney General Peter Kilmartin's office says Ricco will be arraigned on April 9 in Superior Court, Providence.
The woman told police Ricco
kept choking her
told him: "You're going to kill me."
During a preliminary hearing in January, the woman told a judge: "I just wanted to go home and he
wouldn't let me go home, and he
made me have sex with him and he
bit my face."
gave police a statement in which he
girlfriend as "very mean" when she
told police they had sex before the alleged assault but that it was consensual.
Ricco's arrest came after he resigned from the Pawtucket Police Department amid allegations of assaulting a different girlfriend in February 2013.
The police said he
was in uniform and on duty when he
pushed the woman against his
eventually pleaded no contest to a reduced charge of domestic disorderly conduct.
sentence for that offense included anger management counseling and 20 hours of community service.
doesn't qualify for a pension from the Pawtucket police because he
had too little time on the force to qualify for one.