A Dupont man has been charged by Jefferson County prosecutors after a relative of his said she was sexually assaulted and raped in October 2013.

Michael A. Creech, 46, of Dupont, faces charges of rape and criminal deviate conduct, both Class B felonies, and a count of criminal confinement, a Class C felony. Prosecutors filed charges Tuesday in Jefferson Circuit Court.

The charges fall under the old criminal codes since the offense took place prior to code changes in July.

According to the probable cause affidavit, Jefferson County sheriff's deputies responded to King's Daughters' Hospital on Oct. 29, 2013, after receiving a report about a sexual assault. The victim told officers she had been raped during the afternoon of the previous day.

The victim told officers she had gone to Creech's house around 6:30 p.m. after Creech told her he would give her a Percocet, the affidavit said. The victim stated Creech asked her to follow him into his bedroom when she arrived at the home before he closed the door, grabbed and assaulted her.

According to court records, Creech told the victim she shouldn't tell anyone and that he would deny the assault until the day he dies.

During an interview in December 2013, Creech denied the allegations and told sheriff's deputies the victim is a "pill head" and addicted to oxycodone. He also told officers the family member knew he had a prescription for oxycodone, court records said.

Creech said during the interview that the victim came to his home where he gave her a Percocet pill and a pill grinder. Creech said the victim snorted the drug before asking for oxycodone and leaving the residence when Creech said he did not have any.

A report from the Indiana State Police lab received in April showed that DNA samples gathered from a sexual assault kit matched known DNA from Creech.

The Madison Courier does not identify by name alleged victims of sexual assault.