- Associated Press - Friday, October 31, 2014

DENVER (AP) - Prosecutors have charged a man accused of attacking a woman in Denver during a cross-country crime spree after he cut off a GPS monitoring device.

The Denver District Attorney’s Office charged 26-year-old Gregory Lewis on Friday with attempted first-degree murder, three counts of sexual assault, two counts of first-degree assault and aggravated robbery. The Southbridge, Massachusetts, native is accused of sexually assaulting and robbing the woman at gunpoint Oct. 5.

Lewis is a suspect in two additional cases in Colorado and a series of attacks in other parts of the country. He was arrested in New York on Tuesday.

Lewis was released on bail in August after pleading not guilty to raping a 13-year-old girl. Police say he was returning to Massachusetts to kill the girl when he was arrested.

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