A Bowling Green man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of raping a woman at a Halloween party.

Gustavo Adolpho Carias Salas, 21, was arrested on charges of first-degree rape and first-degree sodomy.

According to an arrest citation, the Bowling Green Police Department received a report Nov. 2 about a sexual assault late Oct. 31 or early Nov. 1.

The woman who made the complaint reported attending a party and spending the night at a McFadin Station Road apartment, where she said she consumed alcoholic beverages before blacking out.

The woman woke up Nov. 1 noticing her leggings and underwear had been removed, and she spoke with her friend, who informed her she had seen Carias Salas attempt to do things to her when she was passed out, the citation said.

The woman confronted Carias Salas over text messages, and Carias Salas apologized. He later told her not to call police when the woman said she planned to do so, according to the arrest citation.

BGPD officers made contact with Carias Salas on Tuesday, during which he claimed to have had sex with the woman and that the woman was not asleep, the citation said.

Carias Salas declined to answer further questions, and was booked into Warren County Regional Jail on a $10,000 bond.

Man killed by police - A man suspected of shooting a deputy in Breckinridge County was shot and killed by police early Wednesday in Hart County after a pursuit.

According to Kentucky State Police, KSP Post 4 was contacted by the Breckinridge County Sheriff’s Office around 9:50 p.m. Tuesday to assist in attempting to locate a suspect who shot the deputy during a traffic stop.

An investigation determined the suspected shooter ran from the scene after the incident and stole a truck, which was located traveling through Grayson County shortly after midnight.

A chase ensued, during which the driver of the truck fired multiple shots at law enforcement, according to KSP.

The pursuit continued into Hart County, where the truck left the road north of Bonnieville.

The driver, James Horton, 42, of Clarkson, left the truck with a firearm and was shot by a trooper, according to KSP.

The deputy who was shot in Breckinridge County was flown to University of Louisville Hospital, where he was treated for injuries that were not life-threatening.