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New twist on missing exec Nathan Millard found dead as cops want to speak with man about his final hours


POLICE are looking for a man they would like to tell about the disappearance and death of father of five, Nathan Millard.

The Georgia executive was found dead in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on March 6 after going missing after a night of drinking with a client.

Police want to speak to a man about the disappearance and death of Nathan MillardCredit: Facebook
Derrick Perkins, who was not deemed a person of interest, also allegedly violated probation


Derrick Perkins, who was not deemed a person of interest, also allegedly violated probationCredit: Baton Rouge Police Department

Now the Baton Rouge Police Department has released a photo of Derrick Perkins, 45, who they want to talk to about the chilling case.

Officials stressed that this man is not a person of interest, but may have more information about what happened in Millard’s final hours.

“Based on the conversation we are having, we will determine which direction this investigation is going,” the BRPD sergeant said. The Jean McKneely.

Perkins is also being sued by police for allegedly violating probation after being found guilty of property damage, access device fraud and unauthorized use of a vehicle.

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Nearly two weeks after his disappearance, Millard’s body was found wrapped in a rug by the side of a highway just a few miles from where he was last spotted.

Officials are not considering his death suspicious at this time, with the father’s family advised he likely died of an overdose, local CBS affiliate WAFB reports.

However, they are looking for the person who wrapped his body and left it without notifying public authorities.

“An arrest is still on the table,” McKneely said.

The construction father and businessman was in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on Feb. 22 to survey a job site.

He and his client went to a Louisiana State University basketball game and then had a drink at Happy’s Irish Pub where it is believed he was cut off for drinking too much.

Millard, who is from Georgia, walked out of the bar and into the streets around 10:30 p.m. while his client stayed and closed his bill.

The client assumed Millard had returned to his hotel, which was only a two-minute walk away.

However, the father never returned to his room.

Recently released surveillance video shows him walking with an unidentified man who appears to be falling.

In the clip taken after midnight, Millard appears to be walking normally alongside the stumbling man and does not appear to be in distress, police said.

After leaving Happy’s, Millard drove to a bus station in Greyhound where a security guard tried to help him, police said.

The guard reported that he seemed lost and offered to call him a car or the police, FOX 5 reports.

Millard declined the offer and moved on.

“At no time, on any of the information we’ve received or the videos we’ve seen, does Mr. Millard appear to be in distress,” Baton Rouge Police Captain Kevin Heinz said.

“He seemed to be in those places under his own power, and it didn’t seem like anything was going on criminally.”

His body was less than two miles from the Greyhound bus station.

During the search for her husband, his wife, Amber told local Atlanta-based NBC affiliate WXIA, “My mind is going non-stop, but I can’t let my mind torture me, and I just put it back to God and prayer, prayer, prayer, stay positive.

“He is a loved man, a great man and we need him, we want him at home.”

During the game, he FaceTimed Amber to show him the seats he and his client bagged for the game.

“It wasn’t something I thought would be my last call,” Amber said.

When she woke up the next morning with no text from him, she said it was irrelevant.

Millard’s phone and wallet were found not far from the hotel during his search.

Her debit card was used after she disappeared and Amber revealed police had surveillance footage of someone using her card to withdraw money from an ATM.

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An autopsy is currently underway to determine the cause of death.

“Additional information will be released as it becomes available,” police said.

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