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Bond of man accused of sexually assaulting 2 teens revoked

Lucas is the twin brother of Aaron Lucas, who faces his own list of sexual abuse charges in Colorado. Lucas is the twin brother of Aaron Lucas, who faces his own list of sexual abuse charges in Colorado.
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

A Madison County judge revoked bond for a Huntsville man accused of sexually assaulting two teenagers.

Brian Lucas is charged with two counts of sodomy and two counts of sexual abuse. Investigators said the second attack happened while Lucas was out on bond for the first attack.

An investigator with Huntsville Police testified that one of the attacks happened Dec. 31 in 2013 and involved a 16-year-old girl.

The second assault allegedly happened Feb. 3 and involved an 18-year-old girl.

Meanwhile, Brian Lucas' twin brother will be sentenced Friday for sex crimes in Colorado. Aaron Lucas pleaded guilty to kidnapping and sexual assault in that state. Investigators said Aaron Lucas' DNA connected him to sex crimes in Madison and in Texas. Madison County prosecutors decided not to pursue the case after his guilty plea in Colorado.

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