MIDWEST CITY, Okla. - An arrest affidavit reveals new information on the disturbing case of multiple rapes in Midwest City.
Police arrested 25-year-old Clifford Williams Wednesday.
They accuse him of molesting and raping at least seven unconscious teenagers.
Warning signs are taped to the window of the home where investigators believe the rapes happened. The home is quarantined due to mold.
However, what victims say happened there at 812 Proctor Pl. is perhaps even more toxic.
"I can't stand perverted situations like that," Priestly Cherry said.
Cherry was clueless as to what police say his former neighbor did until they arrested him.
Court documents say Williams lured his victims over for parties, fed the teenagers hard alcohol and pills.
When they passed out, the arrest affidavit says he'd snap pictures add videos of himself molesting and raping the teens, sometimes using inanimate objects. The arrest affidavit says at times, their "eyes taped open." It says they were "...unconscious and unaware of what was happening."
"That's sick," said Cherry.
The victims may have never realized what had happened to them until they saw their photos on several porn websites.
"We were good friends" said another neighbor, Elmer Shannon. Shannon knew Williams's family.
"I feel sorry for his parents because his parents tried to raise him right."
The arrest affidavit says Williams admitted to doing wrong in text messages to his wife writing, "You think I don't feel guilt or have nightmares every night? I can't sleep cause how I feel. I deserve to be hated and despised. All I can do is apologize."
The affidavit says another text message read, "That wasn't your husband that did that... It's the Xanax monster... and he ain't never coming back..."
While Williams denies it all, his neighbor, Cherry, wishes he would have known.
"Little girls being molested or whatever like that, you know, it's sickening. I found it it's going on, and it's in my neighborhood, I'd nab him."
Police say the rapes happened from 2009 until 2013.
If you know anyone who may be a victim, contact Midwest City Police Department.