Tunnel-Digging/Cross-Dressing Kiddy-Porn Connoisseur Loose After Cutting Off Ankle Monitor While Free on Bail -- Which is Terrifying
According to the Maricopa County Adult Probation Department, Willis' ankle monitor stopped transmitting a signal about 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. Probation officers went to his house to investigate and found that he'd moved out. His ankle monitor was not found.
This is terrifying on a number of levels. Aside from the kiddy-porn treasure chest police found in Willis' home, he's also allegedly a cross-dressing sexual deviant who felt the need to build a secret underground room in his backyard.
Willis was arrested last August after he and another man, 21-year-old Cory Houghton, were seen leaving the scene of a pharmacy burglary near 91st Avenue and Thunderbird.
During the interrogation, Willis told the cops that he had stolen property at his house, resulting in a search warrant for the property.
|"Buffalo" William Willis|
According to court documents obtained by New Times, the tunnel and the kiddy-porn was only a part of the creep-tastic stuff goin' on at the Willis residence.
When searching the house, cops also found what they're referring to as "cross-dressing clothing" -- which apparently was in plain view in an
office in Willis' house.
Along with the RuPaul gear, sex toys and pictures of kids having sex were littered throughout the office.
As if it couldn't get any more bizarre, police also found women's and girl's underwear that were apparently stolen and "inspirational posters of themes of engaging in sexual exploitation of a minor."
Willis' addiction to porn was putting a bit of a strain on his marriage, too, his son-in-law told police.
Police say the underground room apparently had not yet been used for any sort of illegal activity, but if Silence of the Lambs -- and an Upstate New York man who used a similar underground dungeon to detain girls for months at a time as he raped them daily -- has taught us anything, the discovery of a creepy underground sex dungeon is one of the more terrifying things you can find in anyone's home.
Anyone with information on Willis' whereabouts is asked to call Peoria police or the U. S. Marshals Service. If you're not convinced about how urgent it is that Willis is tracked down, please refer to the video below.