Utah rape suspect told officers ‘God told him to,’ police allege 02/16/2021 9:25 am PST Comments Washington County By McKenzie Stauffer, KUTV WASHINGTON COUNTY, Utah (TCD) -- A Washington County man is behind bars after he allegedly raped and assaulted a woman over the weekend. Gabriel Newland Dutson was arrested Sunday on charges of object rape, rape, aggravated assault and assault with substantial bodily injury, according to a probable cause affidavit. Police said when the victim went to bed, Dutson changed into the victim's clothes and woke her up. He then allegedly assaulted and injured her. Police said the victim bit Dutson's hand, at which point he walked the victim outside and let her go, KUTV reports. During an interview, officers reported Dutson appeared to be "suffering from a mental disorder." He reportedly said that "God told him to do the above actions and was frustrated because he failed." Dutson was held at the Washington County Jail. MORE: Police: Utah man raped woman, said God told him to - KUTVOfficials: Utah man raped woman, said ‘God told him to’ - KTVXWashington County Jail inmate information #Utah Related Stories DNA leads to arrest in Utah cold-case murder of Sherry Black Utah woman drove for hours with body after shooting son, self: Sheriff California triple-homicide suspect, 18, caught in highway police pursuit in Utah Utah man charged after hospital finds infant girl's broken bones Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.