They call him "The Music man"
but the only music Bobby Winn
can hear now is the sound of the inside of a jail cell.
The 39-year-old car stereo builder is behind bars in Grimes County for sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl
But it wasn't his first victim
, and Texas Ranger Steven Jeter is determined to bring his streak to an end.
"We're lucky he hasn't been violent. Folks who do this kind of stuff eventually progress and become more and more aggressive."
While investigating the case in Grimes County, Jeter found three more open sexual assault cases against Winn in Madisonville, where he lived in a small neighborhood on the north end of town.
One of the cases in Madisonville was against another 14-year-old girl
. Jeter says the suffering of young sexual assault victims often lasts long after the crime.
"It changes their lifestyle significantly... from the way they act to the way they think, you're talking about the most traumatic thing in your life other than a murder, in my opinion."
With the new evidence uncovered, Madison County served Winn a warrant Tuesday for all three sexual assault cases occurring over a two year period in Madisonville.
But the story goes back even further.
Winn moved to Madisonville after serving four years in a Robertson County jail on a five year sentence for another sexual assault
. Winn now faces the rest of his life behind bars.
Winn's former neighbors say they're shocked by the news, but declined to speak on camera, only saying that Winn's arrest will take a heavy toll on his six children, some of whom have already left Madisonville to live with their respective mothers--left to wonder about who their father was.
It's something Jeter sees all too often.
"The folks that know him in the community, that's all that will be associated with that name."
Because of Winn's previous conviction, he's a registered sex offender
. Rangers are now looking into whether or not he properly notified authorities before moving to Grimes County.