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Sunday, June 7, 2020, Atoka County Sheriff Deputies Aubrey Stanfield and Kevin Nave arrived at a residence on Allison Road with medical personnel for a report of domestic assault.
At the residence, Deputy Stanfield spoke to the victim who had blood on their face and person, and remnants of duct-tape in their hair. The victim had multiple injuries on their face, neck, arms, and legs.
The victim stated Don Coaliron Henry, 37, of Atoka, removed a roll of duct tape from a “junk drawer,” pulling a strip from the roll. Henry would not tell the victim what he was doing, and was told to stop.
Henry grabbed the victim from behind, slamming their face into the countertop. He began to assault and choke the victim, throwing them to the ground multiple times.
The victim stated they were never knocked unconscious, but was dazed by the force of their head hitting the ground.
Henry began to wrap the victim’s face, head, and neck with duct tape. He tried to drag the victim outside to a vehicle.
The victim was able to get away from Henry and run to a family member’s home nearby.
Henry fled the scene in a black 1999 Honda Accord before deputies arrived. He was apprehended at a later date when an Atoka County Sheriff Deputy noticed the Accord pulling into the residence.
Henry is charged with domestic assault and battery by strangulation (felony), and attempted kidnapping (felony).