Another registered sex offender is accused of re-offending.
Scott Whitsett faces charges of first degree sexual assault, third degree sexual assault of a child and intrusion. An affidavit tells of two victims, both under the age of 18.
Neighbors tell Channel Six that to the aid of these victims came some unusual protectors.
"They parked the motorcycles, it is not something we see everyday," said Scott Dobbe, after seeing some bikers show up a week before.
They are a motorcycle club called Bikers Against Child Abuse (B.A.C.A.). They are helping the victims in this case.
"We exist to help take that fear away from them so they can testify in court, do better in school, get on with being a kid again, instead of being afraid of whose out there and what's out there," said local charter president, Headbutt.
The charter members don't use their real names, they use their road names.
Bikers have a tough exterior, and they believe this exterior helps these victims.
"These kids pick that up on that instantly, they are very smart," said Headbutt. "They have 10 to 15 bikers behind them, we almost see them start to puff up, thinking these are guys are behind me and they are here for me, and they are here for us."
Which is true, B.A.C.A. treats these victims like family. The victims have phone numbers to two charter members that they can call for anything at anytime of day or night.
B.A.C.A. is a well known group that helps worldwide. The charter in Omaha includes a licensed mental health therapist as a charter member. In addition, the group goes through training to deal with tough situations and how to help victim's and their families.
On top of all this, there is a strict policy on who becomes a B.A.C.A member.
"All potential members have to go through an FBI background check," said Headbutt.
Neighbors to the victim's in this case said their neighborhood is a tight knit community, but this type of alleged crime alerts them to maybe take extra precautions.
"I think this just shows that maybe you just need to make extra efforts to know who is next door," said Dobbe.
To find out if any registered sex offenders live nearby, just go to https://sor.nebraska.gov/
At the Nebraska Sex Offender Registry website, anyone can search a person by name, search a certain region, or even search a certain location.
In this case, the website said Whitsett served time for receiving child porn over the internet. He was released from federal prison in January, 2013.
To learn more about B.A.C.A, visit their website at http://nebraska.bacaworld.org/ or call their hotline at 402-706-6415