TULSA - A Tulsa man is behind bars, accused of using Facebook to lure women to his apartment in an attempt to rape them.
Police say Ashley Pullen used the online alias of "Corey Davis" and communicated with women online.
After exchanging messages, several women were invited to Davis' apartment only to have been invited in by Pullen who said he was Davis' roommate, according to his booking report.
The women told police they were offered shots of vodka and after consuming the alcohol they lost consciousness.
According to the report, several victims woke up in the middle of their assaults.
During one incident, police say a victim jumped up from a couch and Pullen said, "Oh good. You're awake."
Pullen was booked into the Tulsa County Jail for first-degree rape and attempted rape charges. He has a bond of $150,000.
Kenitra Jeffers lives in the apartment complex where the alleged rapes occurred. She knows Pullen as "Ash" and says she was even invited to his apartment once. Jeffers was shocked to hear the news of his arrest.
" A lot of people said he worked 2 jobs and I would see him pick up his kid from day care everyday," she said. "And I commended him for being a single parent working."
Police say he is suspected in at least 10 other similar cases, dating back as far as 2010. Police believe his victims were young white women, and they think more victims are out there.
Records show he was convicted in 2002 and 2003 of indecent assault on white females while Pullen was enlisted in the U.S. Army.