Kidnap suspect nabbed in Norco
The fugitive, Dwan Storks, 26, of 206 Adams St., was found in a Norco residence after authorities received a tip from a citizen.
He is now being held at the Nelson Coleman Correctional Center on a $700,000 bond set by 29th Judicial District Judge Kirk Granier.
It was reported that Storks allegedly followed the Luling woman to her home from a Spur Station, where he then beat and assaulted her. He then kidnapped her and stole her laptop computer and some cash.
Storks was identified as a suspect based on a security camera photograph from the gas station.
In a separate issue, police are searching for man who robbed a 22-year-old woman in Norco on Nov. 26.
Anyone with information should call the Sherrif’s Office 985-783-6807.
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