The body of a guy from Georgia who had been reported missing has been discovered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, but the circumstances surrounding his death remain a mystery.
According to WMAZ-TV, the corpse of Nathan Millard, 42, of Covington, Georgia, was discovered about 3:30 a.m. on Monday.
Millard, who had been reported missing on February 22, was discovered coiled up on a plastic-covered carpet.
“We followed a lot of leads. And, you know, thankfully, he was basically, accidentally found by somebody who was just down in that area,” Tim Miller, founder of the group Texas EquuSearch said. “Going into it, it did not look like it was going to have a happy ending, but we’ve had miracles before.”
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During a business trip to Baton Rouge, Millard neglected to attend a scheduled meeting. First, he was believed to have been spotted leaving a pub and walking to his hotel after attending a basketball game.
According to WMAZ, Millard’s phone was discovered near his hotel, and his debit card was used after he vanished.
Surveillance cameras captured Millard’s last image at about 4:30 a.m., hours after he left the pub where he had spent time with a client.
Capt. Kevin Heinz, commander of the Baton Rouge Police Special Victims Unit, stated that the suspect had previously visited a Greyhound station, where he was offered a ride but denied it.
“He did not appear to be in distress, she just felt that he was out of place,” Heinz said.
Police said he was sighted at several locations, according to WBRZ-TV.
“He appeared to be at those locations under his own power,” a department representative said.
According to the East Baton Rouge Coroner’s Office, Millard’s corpse exhibited no evidence of trauma. Until toxicology testing and an autopsy are completed, the cause of death is unknown.
Sounds like the Baton Rouge police are delusional.
So, what I am hearing is that a dead man rolled himself in plastic and then rolled himself in a carpet and drove himself to an empty lot to dispose his own body???
Listen to how that sounds!!! No foul play???
— Alicia Coote Perilloux (@alicia_coote) March 7, 2023
“There doesn’t appear to be any foul play at this point. I know that he was placed there obviously by another individual, we would like to know who and why. But just from the autopsy results that were given by the Coroner’s Office, at this time it doesn’t appear to be any signs of foul play,” Heinz said, according to WAFB-TV.
“It does appear that he was left there, that that’s most likely not where he died. I don’t want to go into details on our investigative efforts, but efforts are underway to locate and to talk to whoever may have put him there,” Heinz said.
Millard was married with two children from a previous marriage, two stepsons, and a 7-year-old daughter.