Updated: Thursday, 13 Dec 2012, 6:04 PM EST
Published : Thursday, 13 Dec 2012, 4:32 PM EST
SUFFIELD, Conn. (WTNH) -- A pastor is behind bars accused of rape.
Police say the victim was no stranger to the pastor. She was in his church choir.
53-year-old William Baskerville of Enfield has had a rough few years.
His 22-year-old step daughter was kidnapped and murdered.
Neighbors say his wife has since left him and now he is facing sexual assault charges.
People who live in the neighborhood near Third Baptist church in Suffield say they don't know Baskerville, but members travel out of town to attend his service.
Police say the victim admitted to having a sexual relationship with him in 2009.
It was until 2011 that he called the victim and was later knocking on her door saying he was wanted to talk because he thought he was losing his job.
Court papers are pretty graphic, explaining he was jealous when he saw another man's hat in her bedroom and started touching her, taking her clothes off, retaining her legs and arm, covering her mouth, and had unwanted sex with her. She said he had been drinking.
Baskerville's former neighbors in Enfield say they thought he was strange, but rape is not what they expected.
"He used to try and borrow money from everybody around here," a neighbor said.
"Did he ever ask you for money," News 8's Erin Logan asked.
"Of course," the neighbor said.
"What would he say though? What would be the reason he would need money," New 8's Logan asked.
"He didn't give a reason but I told him I didn't have any money, I lived on social security," the neighbor said.
The victim reported the alleged assault 8 months later after feeling depressed.
Baskerville's bond was set at $20,000 and he will be back in court on Jan. 3.