Terrifying update as ‘Truck driver Debbie Collier was involved in accident with months before her death’

THE truck driver who Debbie Collier collided with several months before her Georgia mother died was named in an accident report.

Collier, 59, was mysteriously found dead in a canyon in rural Georgia on September 11 – less than 24 hours after she was spotted in a dollar store.

Debbie Collier was found dead at the age of 59


Debbie Collier was found dead at the age of 59Credit: Facebook/Debbie Steve Collier
Collier was found dead in a ravine in rural Georgia on September 11th


Collier was found dead in a ravine in rural Georgia on September 11thCredit: Joy Purcell/Now Habersham

Now, more than three weeks after Collier was found dead, the case remains a mystery as authorities have still not identified any potential suspects linked to her death.

Meanwhile, before her death, a series of chilling 911 calls were made from Collier’s family.

One of the calls, made by a caller posing as Diane Shirley, Collier’s sister, spoke of a previous encounter with an unidentified ex-con.

She said: “She said that about my niece [Collier] had an accident about a month ago.”

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Shirley added that Collier was driving behind a truck when a can of paint fell out of the vehicle and hit her car.

She said: “The paint went everywhere and the driver tried to convince my sister not to tell the cops he was driving because he was on probation.

“And there was a condition of his parole that he wasn’t allowed to drive.”

Police previously confirmed to FOX News that Collier was involved in an accident on April 30, and it was not known if that incident was the accident in question.

However, on Monday, FOX News reported that Shirley’s 911 call “appears to be an exaggeration.”

Athens-Clarke County police records obtained by the outlet showed Collier was involved in a similar accident earlier this year, on April 30.

The US Sun reached out to the Athens-Clarke County Police Department for comment, but received no immediate response.

An incident report obtained by FOX News explains that a “metal object” fell from the roof of a 2009 GMC Savana van and struck Collier’s 2020 Ford Ranger, but there were no injuries.

The driver of the van has been named by police as 48-year-old Miguel Martinez, who allegedly drove the vehicle without a license and without securing the items on the roof.

FOX News noted that Martinez — who was not named as a suspect in the case — does not appear to be in Georgia’s parole system, despite various misdemeanor charges against him.

In 2015, Martinez allegedly pulled his ex’s hair while holding their child, resulting in him being sentenced to 12 months probation.

Additionally, a search conducted by FOX News turned up no evidence that Martinez was ever guilty of a crime, sent to prison, or placed on probation.

Col. Murray Kogod of the Habersham County Sheriff’s Office announced last week, “It will take significantly more than the 19 days since discovery to solve this crime.”

Police have also said Collier’s death appears if it was “targeted” and not the work of a serial killer.


Police have managed to narrow the time of Collier’s death to between 3:09 p.m. on September 10 and 12:44 p.m. on September 11, when her body was found.

Her remains were found near a freeway in Clarkesville – about 60 miles from her home.

Collier was naked, her stomach was charred and she was holding on to a small tree in a ravine, police said.

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Detectives found a red tote bag and a partially burned blue tarp when they combed the crime scene for clues.

They also discovered the remains of a fire and the rental car was 60 miles from their home.

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