One man still on the run from charges for beating and holding woman against her will

Published 11:02 am Wednesday, December 6, 2023

VIDALIA, La. — Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office recently arrested another man suspected of beating and holding a woman against her will and there is another still at large.

Multiple arrests have already been made after a woman escaped from captivity and walked into a nearby pharmacy in Vidalia with obvious injuries to her face and neck asking for help, where she reported to authorities what had happened.

The victim alleged that several people had entered her home without permission, kicked and beat her, strangled her, slathered her with Vic’s vapor rub, sprayed her with pepper spray and held her in another house overnight against her will.

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Authorities said she received medical care and is currently in a safe location.

Dustin Wright, 23, is wanted for second-degree battery and false imprisonment charges. Wright is described as having green eyes and brown hair and being 5 feet and 5 inches tall and 135 pounds. His last known address is 136 Doyle Road.

Henry Hinkston, who deputies were unable to locate earlier, was apprehended on Monday.

The woman was able to identify her captors and deputies arrested Curtis Martin, 43; Dakota Tolbert, 29; Camelia Wilson, 42; Ginger Keith, 42; Jamarkus Colenburg, 24; and Billie Jean Ryan, 25; and Hinkston, 43.

Anyone with information on Wright’s whereabouts can contact Detective Stephen Lipscomb at 318-336-5231, Ext. 409, submit a tip online using the CPSO mobile app or call 911.

Do not approach or make contact if located, the sheriff’s office warns.

Tolbert, Wilson, Keith and Colenburg are each charged with home invasion and second-degree battery; Ryan with home invasion, second-degree battery and possession of schedule I and II controlled substances; and Martin with home invasion, second-degree battery, false imprisonment and possession of schedule I and II controlled substances; and Hinkston with second-degree battery.

Anyone arrested is presumed innocent until proven guilty.