Lorraine Lucas, mother of homicide victim Brian Lucas, stands in front of stacks of files the family has kept over the years to investigate the death of their son at Superbike Motorsports in 2003. The case remains unsolved.
Lorraine Lucas, mother of homicide victim Brian Lucas, stands in front of stacks of files the family has kept over the years to investigate the death of their son at Superbike Motorsports in 2003. The case remains unsolved. ALEX HICKS JR alex.hicks@shj.com
Lorraine Lucas, mother of homicide victim Brian Lucas, stands in front of stacks of files the family has kept over the years to investigate the death of their son at Superbike Motorsports in 2003. The case remains unsolved. ALEX HICKS JR alex.hicks@shj.com

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