Four people have accused deceased Texas church shooter Devin Patrick Kelley of sexual abuse or harassment that allegedly occurred over the course of years in the New Braunfels area.

The allegations were detailed to mySA.com two days after Kelley walked into the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, a town just southeast of San Antonio, and shot 46 people with a rifle, killing 26. Investigators believe the attack came on the heels of a domestic dispute with his estranged wife's family.

The women requested anonymity to come forward with their claims and mySA.com is using only their middle names. Their accounts were corroborated by other individuals they told at the time the abuse reportedly occurred and military records indicate Kelley was not on active duty at the time of the allegations.

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Kelley was also named as a suspect in a reported sexual assault four years ago, according to redacted records released by the Comal County Sheriff's Office on Monday. The report was taken at 11:44 p.m. on June 17, 2013, and lists the offense as "rape by force." The name of the victim is redacted, and no additional details were available Monday.

The sheriff's office said the investigation later stalled for "reasons yet to be determined." The sheriff said his office is reviewing the incident to see if it was mishandled.

'He was really nice at first'

When Dawn met Kelley through a mutual friend in 2011, she was 16 years old and attending New Braunfels High School. The pair became fast friends — Kelley had a yellow Camaro and Dawn loved cars. 

"We just started hanging out. He was really nice at first," Dawn said. "Everything was fine."

Dawn said the first time Kelley forced himself on her was in the winter of 2011, in his car parked near three mailboxes down the road from her house. She remembers the cold. 

Kelley forced her into oral or vaginal sex several times over the next several days, Dawn said.

"I said no," she said. "I'm a tiny person. Even if I saw him today, I would not be able to fight him off."

Dawn's friend, Rose confirmed her account to mySA.com. She said Dawn came to her when the assaults happened in 2011. Dawn also told her parents, she said. A police report was never filed.

After the alleged assaults, Kelley became obsessive, Dawn said. He called her and begged her to run away with him, Dawn said. 

She had to change her phone number.

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"I didn't really know what to do because I was so young and then this happened yesterday," Dawn said, referencing the shooting.

'He harassed me any time I was in school'

Another woman, choosing to go by her middle name Alexandra, told mySA.com, Kelley shoved and groped her in the halls at New Braunfels High School during her 2008-2009 freshman year. He would make lewd comments toward her, and "slapped" her buttocks at least once, Alexandra said.

Alexandra's mother, Gail F., said her daughter disclosed the harassment to her in 2008 and they reported it to the high school. 

"He harassed me any time I was in school," Alexandra said. "I reported what I could to the school, but nothing was ever done."

NBISD Director of Communications Rebecca Villarreal said she had no way of confirming Alexandra's claim. The alleged harassment occurred under a previous administrator and no report appears in school records provided by the district by mySA.

Under stress from a constant barrage of comments and unwanted touches, Alexandra said she began to suffer from memory loss. Alexandra left the school in spring 2010.

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A discipline report obtained by mySA.com from NBISD shows Kelley was put in out-of-school suspension six times between 2004 and 2009 for various offenses including, horse play, possession/sale of drugs, profane language  and insubordination.

Kelley graduated from New Braunfels High School in 2009 and began service in the U.S. Air Force on Jan. 5, 2010, according to records.

Facebook threats

A third woman who spoke to mySA.com on the condition of anonymity said she never knew Kelley, but he harassed her on Facebook at the end of 2016. He responded to a comment posted by the woman where she denounced the election of President Donald Trump.

After coming to her defense, the woman's cousin reportedly received threatening messages from Kelley.

"He had Googled her info and sent her a screenshot of her personal info, with a message saying if she stepped foot on his property, he would shoot her," the woman said. 

Kelley also sent the woman a screenshot of personal information and the shooting threat, she said. After the incident, the woman's cousin blocked Kelley on Facebook and did not hear from him again.

Staff writers John Tedesco and Sig Christenson and the AP contributed to this report. | Kelsey Bradshaw is a digital reporter for mySA.com. Read more of her stories here.| kbradshaw@express-news.net | Twitter: @kbrad5