The Parker County indictments charge Cundiff in connection with just one of the girls.
It is not the first time police have questioned or investigated Cundiff.
During the investigation, the Fort Worth detective also found records indicating Cundiff was interviewed by police in 2005 after returning with runaway juvenile girls.
Weatherford police have investigated at least two other similar allegations of sexual assault of teenage girls at Cundiff’s Weatherford home in recent years, as well.
Weatherford police investigated a report in March 2009 from a woman who alleged Cundiff was bringing underage girls to his residence and having sex with them.
The woman, an immigrant who claimed Cundiff abused her and said she was afraid she would be deported from the U.S., alleged Cundiff brought between one and three teenage girls, including a 16-year-old, to his house several times a week to have sex with them, according to the search warrant affidavit.
The woman reportedly said Cundiff would bring the girls to his house almost daily, picking up the girls after school and supplying them with alcohol and cigarettes before taking them home.
She said she witnessed Cundiff pay the girls money and attempt to get a 12-year-old girl to come along after giving her money, according to Weatherford police.
However, Cundiff was not charged in connection with those allegations.
On May 27, a 17-year-old girl reported to Weatherford police that she had been raped at Cundiff’s house earlier that weekend. Weatherford police said they were told that Cundiff called an employee around 10 p.m. May 25 and asked if the employee and the 17-year-old wanted to come over and have a few drinks.
After several alcoholic drinks, the teen reported that she remembered being dragged into a room and stripped by Cundiff. Cundiff proceeded to rape her despite her struggling and telling him to stop, the 17-year-old reportedly told officers.