"Everybody gets along really well, I've never had any problems with anyone down here," she says.
Reese says she's only had casual interactions with her neighbor down the street, 40-year-old Gregory McWhorter.
"Just a hey or something, they helped us push start the truck one time."
Still, she says she wasn't surprised to hear McWhorter had been arrested, accused of sexually assaulting a six-year-old child.
"It's always been a weird little house down there, it's kind of like an outlier. There's lots of people there all the time, lots of people in and out."
As the investigation went on, police say they discovered four more victims, between the ages of four and six.
According to investigators, McWhorter would scare the children, telling them he was the "boogie man."
"He would wear a disguise to try to coerce the victims into not revealing what had happened," says Sgt. Craig Stout.
Now, police believe there are more possible victims out there.
"If they've done it once there's a very good chance they've done it other times as well. We do know Mr. McWhorter lived in several other states so it's very possible there could be victims in those other states," Stout says.
Or, investigators say, right here in Northwest Arkansas.
"There are lots of kids over there all the time, lots of kids," Reese says.
She wants the truth to come out, whatever it is.
"If he actually did it they'll indict him, go from there. Let the justice system work it's way through."
Anyone with information is urged to call the Fayetteville Police Department.