An Adams man accused of raping two minors will be held without the right to bail for 120 days, a judge ruled Tuesday.

Based on the details of the allegations against him, Joshua Enright had "forfeited his right" to remain in the general population, Judge Paul Smyth said, adopting the state's request to hold him as a danger.

Enright, 30, has pleaded not guilty to two counts each of rape and providing liquor to a person under 21.

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