Dugar Found Guilty of Kidnapping

On September 22nd, Marcel N. Dugar, 40, was found guilty on one (1) count unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling; and one (1) count aggravated kidnapping.


In 2020, Dugar, without authorization, entered the victim’s home through a kitchen window. Upon entry, Dugar forcibly took an 8-month-old child, who is in no way related to him, out of the arms of the child’s grandmother and left the home. Deputies with the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office located Dugar at another residence and transported him to the Sheriff’s Office for further investigation. Acadian Ambulance arrived on scene to examine the 8-month-old victim for injuries and upon finding no injury, the victim was reunited with the mother and returned home.

 Sentencing for Dugar will be held December 1, 2021 before Judge Clayton Davis.


Assistant District Attorneys Bobby Holmes and Kadence Haskett prosecuted the case for the Calcasieu Parish District Attorney’s Office.