Millard went to Baton Rouge to look for a possible job for his construction business. On February 23, he was reported missing and two weeks later, his body was found. In this post, you will get all the information related to his death.
What Was Found in Nathan Millard’s Autopsy Report?
The effects of the cocaine, fentanyl and alcohol that were found in Georgia dad Nathan Millard’s body led to his death. Millard was found in a Baton Rouge, Louisiana, empty lot wrapped in plastic, rolled up in a carpet and with no signs of internal or outward trauma.
The death of Georgia dad Nathan Millard has been ruled an accidental overdose – due to the combined effects of cocaine, fentanyl and ethanol found in his system.
Millard, 42, was discovered wrapped in plastic, rolled up in a carpet and dumped in a vacant lot in Baton Rouge, LA. pic.twitter.com/Q7IcoPmUKL
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Because ethanol was found in his body, it was likely that he had been drinking before he died. An arrest warrant revealed that Millard was allegedly with two prostitutes identified as Tabbetha Barner and Tiffany Guidry when he died.
Guidry was caught because he was suspected of illegally dumping dead bodies, prostitution and failing to get help. Barner is still being sought by police because she is suspected of prostitution and failing to get help.
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Who Was Found Accused in Nathan Millard’s Death?
Derrick “Stanka” Perkins is accused of selling drugs and putting Millard’s body in the lot next to Scenic Highway without following the right procedures. He told police that on February 23, he picked up Millard and two other people who were looking for drugs.
He said that they drove around in his car for hours getting high on crack cocaine. Millard reportedly told the suspect that he wanted “white girls” so the two women were picked up. They are said to have started shooting up drugs with the Georgia man at a home on Lorri Burgess Avenue.
Millard’s debit card was also used by Perkins to buy other things before he smoked crack while waiting for the three of them to finish having s*x. He said Barner tried to revive Millard with Narcan, a drug used to stop an overdose before the group tried and failed to revive him with CPR and then dumped the body.