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Nicholas James Randell. (Source: Vinton Police Department) Nicholas James Randell. (Source: Vinton Police Department)
Diamond Shaquoy Hillery. (Source: Vinton Police Department) Diamond Shaquoy Hillery. (Source: Vinton Police Department)
Brandon Delvin Terrelle Guidry. (Source: Vinton Police Department) Brandon Delvin Terrelle Guidry. (Source: Vinton Police Department)
Nathan Dewayne McClain. (Source: Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office) Nathan Dewayne McClain. (Source: Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office)
Lacie Raylene Piazza. (Source: Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office) Lacie Raylene Piazza. (Source: Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office)
VINTON, LA (KPLC) -

Four arrest warrants have been issued in connection with what police have called a riot Sunday night at the Magnolia Apartment complex in Vinton.

Police Chief Ricky Fox said the following warrants were issued:

• Nicholas James Randell, 21, Vinton: Felony inciting to riot.

• Diamond Shaquoy Hillery: Felony inciting to riot.

• Brandon Delvin Terrelle Guidry: Felony inciting to riot.

A warrant on a charge of felony inciting to riot was also issued for a 16-year-old juvenile.

 

Two people have already been arrested in connection with the fight.

• Lacie Raylene Piazza, 20, Sulphur: Inciting to riot.

• Nathan Dewayne McClain, 20, Sulphur: Inciting to riot, aggravated second-degree battery.

 

Fox said Piazza went to the apartment complex to collect a debt. Piazza claims she was owed money for bonding someone out of jail. Fox said that person, who lives at the complex, was uncooperative, and Piazza left, returning later with four other people.

Fox said when they returned, Piazza and her group were met with 30-40 people, and a fight ensued.

Nathan McClain has been accused of cutting Randell with a knife during the fight, Fox said.

At least three people were taken to a local hospital. Twenty-year-old Jeromy McClain, of Sulphur, suffered a serious head injury and 17-year-old Logan Carroll, of Sulphur, was treated for bruises and released. Randell was treated for a superficial wound.

The investigation is ongoing.

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