Details Emerge after Missing Executive Found Dead in Louisiana

A 42-year-old Georgia executive named Nathan Millard went missing after a February 23rd LSU game in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Police just found him dead in Baton Rouge.

Announcing that on Facebook, the Baton Rouge Police Department said:

Nathan Millard, 42 was found deceased this morning around 3:34am in the 2900 block of Scenic Hwy. The cause of death is unknown at this time pending autopsy results.

This is an ongoing investigation.

Additional information will be released as it becomes available.

Original – February 24, 2023
Baton Rouge Police Missing Persons Division is attempting to locate NATHAN MILLARD, 42 who was last seen around 11:30pm on February 23, 2023 in the downtown area. Millard is 5’9”, 180lbs and was wearing a green ball cap, black shirt and blue jeans.

Fox News Digital, reporting on Mr. Millard’s tragic passing and adding a few more details to the story, noted that:

Millard, a married father of five and construction director from Georgia, was last seen at a bar called Happy’s Irish Pub after attending a Louisiana State University basketball game with a client on Feb. 23.

Around 11:30 p.m., Millard left Happy’s to go back to his hotel room but never made it back, Millard’s high school friend, Matt Still, previously told Fox News Digital.

The bar where he was last seen is about a two-minute walk from the Courtyard Marriott hotel in downtown Baton Rouge where Millard was staying.

Fox News Digital added that Millard’s body was found about a 7-minute drive from Happy’s, the Irish pub in which he was last seen. His corpse was rolled up in a carpet.

Fox News Digital also noted that a non-profit that aids in searching for missing persons has assisted in finding Millard and that someone in the area has been caught on video using his credit card, saying:

Texas EquuSearch told WAFB that someone called law enforcement early Monday to report a foul odor near Scenic Highway, where police reportedly found Millard’s body wrapped in a carpet in a vacant lot.

Baton Rouge police have apparently shown Millard’s wife video footage of someone using Millard’s credit card and said the card has been used numerous times since Miller was last seen, according to Still.

Tim Miller, founder of Texas EquuSearch, a nonprofit that helps find missing persons, told Fox News Digital on Saturday that his team was assisting with the search for Millard.

What killed Mr. Millard is, as of now, unclear. “Final autopsy results pending further studies including toxicology testing. Cause of Death and Manner of Death are pending completion of the final autopsy report,” according to the preliminary autopsy report released on Tuesday afternoon.

Because there are no signs of internal or external trauma and his body was hidden in a carpet, investigators reportedly told Millard’s family that he likely died of an accidental overdose with others who then attempted to hide his body after he died. That was reported by  WAFB.

Featured image credit: Baton Rouge Police Department

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