Authorities are currently searching Tabbetha Barner and Tiffany Ann Guidry in connection with the death of Nathan Millard, a 42-year-old father of five from Georgia.
Tabbetha Barner is being sought for her involvement in prostitution and failure to seek aid.
Tiffany Ann Guidry faces the same counts, as well as a count of unlawful disposal of human remains in the disappearance and death of Nathan Millard.
The warrants were filed days after police arrested Derrick Perkins, who was booked Monday on counts related to disposing Millard’s remains and using his credit card.
Millard, 42, went missing the night of Feb. 22 after attending an LSU basketball game and visiting a downtown bar with a business client.
According to the arrest warrant for Guidry, after leaving the downtown bar, Millard stopped at the Greyhound bus station in Baton Rouge to withdraw money from an ATM when he was approached by a bus station employee who offered him help. Millard declined the offer, telling the employee he was “looking for something to make him feel better,” and that he was “looking for a girl to take back to his room.”
Witnesses told police Millard then left the station with a homeless man, referred to in police documents as “J.W.”, who introduced Millard to two other people, identified as “L.M.” and “C.”
Millard, L.M. and C then met with Perkins, who told police he took the group to buy drugs. The four then drove around for a few hours while getting high on crack cocaine before stopping at a Circle K on Nicholson Drive, where Millard was last seen alive on video surveillance shortly before 4:30 a.m. Feb. 25, the document says.
Millard withdrew more money from an ATM and got back into Perkins’ vehicle, telling Perkins he thought L.M. and C might be trying to rob him.
Perkins and Millard left L.M. and C at the store, and Millard told Perkins he wanted to pick up more prostitutes, who Perkins later identified for detectives through photos as Guidry and Barner.
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