Published: May 15, 2014 11:31 PM EDT

CAPE CORAL, Fla. - A Cape Coral church community is stunned. A man who spent time around their families is now behind bars for a terrible crime. Police tell WINK News that 55-year-old Kenneth Dubeau took naked pictures of a 14-year-old boy and touched him inappropriately.

According to the arrest report, one of those pictures shows a child standing naked, wearing sunglasses and a necktie, holding a can of beer. In one picture, police say Dubeau is seen in the reflection of a mirror, shirtless.

But it wasn't just pictures. According to his arrest report, he would touch the 14-year-old inappropriately during sleepovers at Dubeau's home.

WINK News confirms Dubeau was a pool cleaner and also a dish cleaner at Vineyard Community Church. Its Founding Pastor Jamie Stilson tells WINK News, "We are deeply saddened to hear the news about this horrible situation that has affected students both in our community and our church."

Stilson said Dubeau held no leadership or supervisory positions and that they're just as shocked as everyone else.

"He was nice in a lot of ways like he brought us bakery stuff from church. He went to church every Sunday," Norah Panarotti said.

Police say those photos were snapped at this home on Pine Island Lane where Dubeau rented a room from Norah Panarotti.

"He had us believing that he was working with child services to have this one young man live with him and maybe get his brother," Panarotti said. "He was in one room here and just got another mattress."

According to the arrest report, another child was in the room with Dubeau when some of the photos were taken. And, there could be more victims.

Dubeau remains at the lee county jail on a variety sex crime charges. Police believe he may also have attempted to lure victims from places other than the church. They're asking any other victims to come forward immediately.

Here is the full statement from Vineyard Community Church:

We are deeply saddened to hear the news about this horrible situation that has affected students both in our community and our church. Our focus and our prayers at this time are for the healing of the victims and assisting their families in any way possible.

Our church has always had a heart for this community and has ministered to thousands over the last 18 years, and in no way will these evil deeds deter us from being a force for good in our city.  

We want to make it clear that the man who was arrested was not a member of our church, but did periodically attend and washed dishes in our kitchen. He had no supervisory responsibilities nor did he hold any position of leadership in our church. We are as shocked as everyone else to hear of his arrest.

We are grateful for the work that the Cape Coral Police Department did in this situation, and we will continue to cooperate with them in every way. We ask the community to join us in praying for these victims and their families.

Jamie J. Stilson

Founding Pastor

Vineyard Community Church