Terrifying phone calls Nathan Millard’s wife received telling her father of five he’d been on ‘bad drugs’ after the body was found wrapped in a rug
NATHAN Millard’s wife received chilling calls alleging the father-of-five may have been administered “bad drugs” after his body was found wrapped in a rug.
According to newly filed investigative documents, the call alleged that Millard’s death was part of an alleged plan by a drug dealer who planned to find Millard’s body to claim a reward.
That’s because multiple warrants related to the investigation into Millard’s death were filed this week.
An arrest warrant for Derrick “Stanka” Perkins, a suspected Baton Rouge, Louisiana drug dealer arrested in the case, claimed that Millard died of an overdose just hours after he was last seen alive.
Testimony found in the documents alleges that the father was kicked out of several bars before meeting with Perkins on February 22.
According to police documents, Millard had a history of addiction and was later seen withdrawing money from an ATM at the Greyhound bus stop on Florida Boulevard.
A security guard at the train station offered to give Millard a ride, police said, but he declined.
Millard reportedly told the guard he was looking for “something to make him feel better” and “a girl to take to his room.”
Afterward, Miller reportedly left the station with Perkins, a prostitute, and a man known only as “Clay.”
“The security guard offered to give him a ride, get him an Uber, call the police for him…” Baton Rouge Police Department Captain Kevin Heins said earlier this month.
“He didn’t seem to be in distress. She just felt that he was out of place. He declined the offer and left of his own accord.”
Over a week later, on March 6, Millard’s body was found wrapped in carpet and plastic in a vacant lot.
A passerby reportedly found the body and told police they “accidentally” stopped in the parking lot and smelled an “overpowering odor.”
Perkins was identified as a person of interest a few days later and arrested on separate charges
He was rebooked this week on new charges for allegedly disposing of Millard’s body.
The new search warrants hope to get the phone records of several people who may be linked to the case, after Millard’s wife said she received two strange calls after her husband’s body was found.
One of the calls happened on March 15 when Amber Millard called a Baton Rouge-based number that had tried to call Nathan Millard’s phone – which was found on a downtown sidewalk – after he went missing.
Amber said a female voice answered and said “yes” before immediately hanging up.
A day later, she received another call from a blocked number and answered.
The unidentified caller, who is also believed to be a woman, claimed Perkins and other unidentified co-conspirators picked up Millard and deliberately gave him “bad drugs.”
The caller also claimed that Perkins originally dumped Millard’s body at a different location “near a railroad track and a dumpster” before someone helped take his body there, where it was eventually found on the scenic highway after he found out had that a reward was offered.
Perkins was linked to the case after trying to use Millard’s debit card days after he disappeared.
The car he allegedly used to transport Millard’s body was also found on fire, police said, adding that it was not far from where the father was discovered.
He is currently the only person arrested in this case.
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