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Altus man accused of molesting his daughters

Altus--An Altus man is accused of molesting two of his own daughters.  David Revilla, 34, is accused of inappropriately touching the girls.  Revilla was charged after a family member recently came forward and told investigators that Revilla had molested his now 17-year-old and 7-year-old daughters on numerous occasions over several years.

7News didn't speak to Revilla about the chares, however, his mother said he wouldn't do such a thing. "I just leave everything in God's hands. I know my son wouldn't do anything like that. We took them to the hospital and there's nothing wrong with those kids,"  Revilla's mother, Elodia Torres, said.

But according to the police report, Revilla admitted to grabbing the 17-year-old's breasts and touching her in her private area.  But, there was no admission that he touched the 7-year-old. Revilla remains behind bars until his next court appearance Monday. 

The girls are with their mother in San Antonio.  No word yet, if they plan to return to Altus.

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