A Washington man with a history of sexual assault arrests is now accused of raping a woman who was intoxicated.

A felony complaint issued by the prosecutor’s office charges Mario Garcia-Sainz, 23, with one count of first-degree rape. He is being held in the Franklin County Jail on a $100,000 bond.

According to the probable cause statements filed by Washington police in the Franklin County Prosecutor’s Office, a female victim reported that early Sunday, Nov. 25, she awoke to nonconsensual “sexual contact” with Garcia-Sainz at a home in the 400 block of Dubois Street. The alleged rape was reported Nov. 26.

The victim previously had a relationship with the suspect’s brother, and she was expecting to spend the night with him, police said.

The woman stated she drank alcohol that night, but never felt drunk. She remembers being near a table at the residence and then waking up naked and being sexually assaulted by Garcia-Sainz.

The victim thought it was Garcia-Sainz’s brother who was having sex with her. When she realized it was Garcia-Sainz, she pushed him off from on top of her, got up and looked for her clothes that were located in another room, Washington police said.

The victim told police she felt groggy at the time and that Garcia-Sainz followed her through the house and continued to touch her. The woman got dressed and left the home, authorities said.

Garcia-Sainz told police that the victim was “very intoxicated” and admitted to having sex and “deviant sexual intercourse” with the victim, but denied that it was nonconsensual, according to the probable cause statement.

Police allege Garcia-Sainz may have known the victim was intoxicated due to comments he made to detectives.

Garcia-Sainz allegedly told the detective that he and his brother had a physical altercation over the summer and he felt “sleeping with his brother’s girlfriend would be a good way to get back at him.”

In August 2014, Garcia-Sainz, then 18, allegedly went into a Mathasville home and made sexual contact with a woman while she slept next to her husband.

Warren County deputies arrested Garcia-Sainz who was naked. The woman’s husband chased him around their house before catching him. The man held Garcia-Sainz until deputies arrived.

Garcia-Sainz initially was charged with three felony counts including first-degree sodomy, first-degree sexual abuse and first-degree burglary, and one misdemeanor count for first-degree sexual misconduct.

Under a plea deal, Garcia-Sainz pleaded guilty to first-degree burglary and was given a five-year probation term, suspended imposition of sentence. He also pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor assault and he was sentenced to 90 days’ shock time in the Warren County Jail.

According to a probable cause statement, Garcia entered the home through a bedroom window and laid down in the bed. He started making sexual contact with a woman while she slept.

The woman thought it was her husband and told him to stop, police said. The suspect allegedly told the woman to go back to sleep and continued to touch her.

The woman woke up, saw the nude man and yelled to her husband, according to the probable cause statement.

The suspect, later identified as Garcia-Sainz, ran from the bedroom and climbed out of the open window. He was taken into custody soon after.

Authorities allege said the suspect was intoxicated at the time of the incident.