BLACKFOOT — Police say a man who snuck into an underage girl’s bed has been charged with multiple sex crimes.

Drewawn Layne Metz, 19, has been charged with a misdemeanor sexual assault. He was also charged with rape after the victim told police about an incident that had taken place months before.

Deputies at the Bingham County Sheriff’s Office received information about the victim’s July 19 rape. She told a detective that Metz had come to her house earlier in the day and entered her room uninvited, according to a probable cause affidavit.

The victim told the detective that Metz got into his bed and started kissing him, despite his attempts to stop him.

She said her father arrived home as Metz assaulted him and kicked Metz out of the house. The detective spoke to the victim’s father, who said he came home to find Metz in his daughter’s bed and forced him out of the house. He also told the detective he did not recall Metz ever being at home prior to the incident, the affidavit states.

During a conversation with the detective, the victim stated that she had already been raped by Metz. On this occasion, she said, she had successfully fought him.

The detective asked the victim why she had not reported the previous rape. The victim said she was afraid of what Metz would do in response.

The victim said she and Metz were friends, but never had a romantic relationship. She said Metz showed up at her house that morning drunk and wearing nothing but underwear. When her father arrived, she was yelling at him to get out of the house.

Metz told the detective he did not remember going to the victim’s home that day. He said he had been to a bonfire and was drunk. He later said he went to the victim’s home, but didn’t remember anything other than being yelled at by the victim’s father, the affidavit states.

Metz said he and the victim were friends, but never had a romantic relationship. When the detective asked if he and the victim had ever had sex, he initially said no, but then said they had had three.

Metz allowed deputies to search his phone, but said he did not know where it was. The phone was eventually found at the victim’s home under his bed.

During an interview at the Bingham County Sheriff’s Office, Metz told inconsistent stories about how many times he and the victim had sex and whether it was consensual, according to the affidavit.

Metz said the two haven’t spoken in months since the incident.

The detective asked Metz if he understood that the victim would be afraid not to have spoken to him for months since the incident he described until he crawled into bed wearing nothing but underwear -clothes. Metz agreed it would scare the victim, the affidavit states.

Metz was arrested and taken to Bingham County Jail. He posted $10,000 bond and was released on October 20.

Although Metz was charged with these crimes, that does not necessarily mean that he committed them. Everyone is presumed innocent until proven guilty.

He is due in court for a preliminary hearing before Magistrate Judge James Barrett on November 17.