MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- New information on a man accused of sneaking into a teenager's bedroom and fondling her while she was sound asleep.
WREG discovered Isaiah St. Clair was out on bond on another case where police said he snuck into a woman's apartment a few doors down while she was sleeping.
That's just the beginning.
Several of the crimes on his rap sheet happened on East Raines in Whitehaven.
His bond is now set at $30,000.It was previously at $15,000.
His victims told WREG it's unnerving he was even walking free and are wondering if this most recent attack could have been prevented.
"He used a milk crate to get this part of his body in, so he could raise the cover up and raise her skirt up," said Marsha Sullivan.
Sullivan said her 15-year-old daughter woke up to the man fondling her.
Sullivan jumped out of bed when she heard the commotion and chased after him while calling police.
"I hollered out, 'Oh I am fixing to kill you,'" said Sullivan.
Days later police arrested St. Clair for aggravated burglary and sexual battery.
Those charges were added to the one he's already facing.
He was out on bond on an aggravated burglary charge from a month ago.
"I am in shock. My heart is beating like really, really beating," said Rachelle Wilkins.
Wilkins said in late January, St. Clair broke into her apartment on East Raines while her and her kids were sleeping.
She said he rearranged her furniture and then stood next to her bed.
"And to not tell me that he was out on bond, because what if he was to come back?" asked Wilkins.
In December 2012, St. Clair was also arrested on East Raines for criminal trespassing.
The apartment manager said that he had banned him from the property, because apparently he wouldn't stop causing trouble.
"This is exactly the reason why we drafted that," said Tennessee Representative Antonio Parkinson.
Parkinson said if St. Clair is convicted, the neighborhood could lead its own charge to make sure this doesn't happen again.
A new law he drafted allows neighborhood associations or watches to get a restraining order against anyone who targets their neighborhood at least three times.
"They see that individual, police can arrest him on the spot, because this is just like violating a restraining order," he said.
Sullivan plans on pursuing the new law, but hopes the court system does its part too.
"Just lock him up or castrate him or something. Cut his hands off or something. I'm serious," she said.
Sullivan said her daughter wasn't hurt, but she is having a tough time emotionally.
WREG couldn't ask the courts why the bond was set so low after last month's incident, because it is a holiday.
The CJC is closed.