HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – The twin brother of a former Madison County man has been arrested for the second time in as many weeks.
Brian Lucas, 32, is charged with sexual abuse. Huntsville Police arrested Lucas Monday on a new charge of first degree sexual abuse.
It’s a charge his brother, Colorado Army lieutenant Aaron Gregory Lucas, claimed his brother Brian was responsible for late last year when accused of sexual abuse in 3 states.
Brian Lucas was arrested on January 26 and charged with two counts of first degree sodomy and two counts of first degree sexual abuse.
Madison County Assistant District Attorney Timothy Reeves Gann filed a motion to revoke Brian Lucas’ pre-trial bond Tuesday. Gann’s filing states Lucas was first charged in connection with an incident that occurred on or around December 31, 2013.
On January 27, 2014 Lucas was released on a $45,000 bond. The court filing goes on to say Lucas is alleged to have committed new acts constituting two counts of Sex Abuse 1st on a different victim Monday.
Brian Lucas is now being held in the Madison County jail. Bond information was not immediately available.
An Army 1st Lt., Aaron Gregory Lucas is married, a father of two and at the time was still considered active duty.
Investigators said during his service at Fort Carson in Colorado Springs, he lured or tried to lure 11 young girls into his car. The children were all between 6 and 9 years old.
Prosecutors say Aaron Lucas sexually assaulted three of them.
His lawyers filed a new motion asking a judge if they can implicate another man for those Colorado crimes — a man they say “bears a striking resemblance” and drove a similar car.
Both men were born in July of 1981. Back in November WHNT News 19 requested an interview with Brian Lucas, Aaron’s twin, but that request was denied.
Aaron Lucas pleaded guilty to three counts of sexual assault on a child, enticement of a child and indecent exposure in November 2013.
Lucas pleaded guilty to all of the Colorado charges and some of the Texas charges. As part of the plea deal charges in Madison County will be dropped.