Breaking: Missing Georgia man Nathan Millard’s body found in Baton Rouge

BATON ROUGE – The Georgia father and husband Nathan Millard, who went missing last week during a work trip to Baton Rouge, has been found dead, multiple credible sources have confirmed to Unfiltered with Kiran.

Nathan Millard, 42, disappeared February 22 during what was supposed to be a quick 24-hour work trip. Millard was reportedly in town to meet with a client at a construction site. 

His body was found around 3am on March 6 after someone called saying there was a bad smell off of Scenic Hwy near Chippewa St. in Baton Rouge. When officials responded, they did find Millard’s body wrapped up in a rug and plastic. It was a badly decomposing body. The area where his body was found is equivalent to a cinderblock garage. Millard’s wife has been notified.

An autopsy by the East Baton Rouge Parish Coroner’s Office will have to confirm the cause and manner of death.

Texas EquueSearch, a nonprofit volunteer group, joined the search this week. The group released new clues in the case and provided surveillance photos of Millard from the night he went missing. 

What we know

Millard and his client attended the LSU vs. Vanderbilt basketball game on February 22. Millard’s wife previously said that he FaceTimed her from the game to show her his seats. 

“It was not anything I ever thought would be my last call,” Amber Millard told 11Alive news.

After the game, the two men took a Lyft to the Penthouse club, which is a gentlemen’s club, according to sources. From there, Millard is said to have gone back to the Happy’s Irish Pub in downtown Baton Rouge. 

Millard and the client he was with, were at Happy’s for close to two hours, according to reports. 

Sources tell UWK Millard was seen on surveillance video leaving Happy’s.

Millard’s path through downtown

Investigators used Millard’s phone and ATM card to track him around downtown in the hours after he left Happy’s.

Sources tell UWK that there was a withdrawal made at an ATM about three hours after Millard left Happy’s. The ATM is reportedly a few blocks from Happy’s and close to where Millard’s phone was found days later.

Another ATM transaction was made near the Greyhound bus station in downtown Baton Rouge on Florida St., sources tell UWK.

A homeless man was seen with Millard on Florida St. when he did go missing, according to sources. The homeless man then left Millard and Millard is said to have gone his own way.

“He’s a loved man, a great man”

Amber Millard (left) and Nathan Millard (right)

Millard has two teenage boys from a previous marriage, two teenage stepsons and the couple have a 7-year-old daughter together.

Millard’s wife says her husband’s disappearance has left her “heartbroken.”

This is a developing story. Check back often for new information.

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