The medical examiner’s office with the GBI Crime Lab has confirmed the identity of the victim found at the Bartow County Landfill. According to Sheriff Clark Millsap, dental records were obtained and used to positively identify Courtney Dubois of West Virginia.

Sources have also told CVN that Dubois had an anonomous facebook page under the name of “Nicole Beers” .  While researching the pages we noticed that Dubius is “freinds” with several individuals from northwest Georgia.


Bartow County Coroner Joel Guyton retracted his statement from earlier tand said that positive identification had not been made on the remains of a woman found in a Bartow County landfill in August.  Many have speculated that the remains were those of a missing Fairmount, West Virginia woman.

Guyton said Tuesday morning that an identification had been made, but later said the identification could not be confirmed until the GBI had completed their investigation.


Bartow County Coroner Joel Guyton confirmed uesday that the remains of a woman found in a Bartow County landfill on August 13th were indeed those of missing Fairmount, West Virginia resident Courtney Dubois.

Dubois’ remains while emptying a trash compactor at the landfill. Since that time, local law enforcement had received numerous tips but was unable to make a positive identification. Sheriff Clark Millsap said that the body was cut into pieces, packed into individual bags, and placed into a dumpster.

Last week a Facebook post that contained pictures of Dubois and the matching tattoos found on the recovered body made its way around the internet. Many believed that the tattoos and facial features resembled that of Dubois. The Bartow County Sheriff’s Office told WBHF at the time that they could not confirm or deny that the body was that of the missing West Virginia woman, but that it was an ongoing investigation with the GBI.

Law enforcement is still not sure when the woman was killed, but it does have an idea of when her body was put inside the dumpster at the county recycling center located on Cedar Creek Road, which they believe was close to 5:30 on August 11th. There are no surveillance cameras at the aforementioned facility.

From WBHF radio


The Bartow County Sheriff’s Office is working to confirm the identity of the female victim found earlier this month at the Bartow County landfill.  According to Sheriff Clark Millsap, recent information has been released concerning a missing woman from West Virginia… “Investigators from the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office are working with state agencies to positively identify this victim”. Until that information is confirmed, further information cannot be released to protect the integrity of this investigation.

When confirmation and/or arrest of any individuals involved in this case is made, more information will be released.

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Bartow County Sheriff Clark Millsap released additional information Wednesday in order to identify a woman who was found cut to pieces and at a dump site.

Reports said that the woman is between 18 and 35 years of age with reddish or brown hair. She appears to have been between 5’2″ and 5’6″.

She had tattoos of two Easter lilies with a sacred heart in between it as well as two names, one on each shoulder blade. Authorities said that they are not releasing the names in the hope that will allow them to confirm the woman’s identity.



The Bartow County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the finding of a body at the Bartow County Landfill.

According to Sheriff Clark Millsap, at around 12:30PM today, a Bartow County Sanitation worker located a dismembered body part while dumping a compactor container at the landfill, located at 40 Allatoona Dam Road near Emerson. Deputies and Investigators responded along with assistance from several GBI Investigators.

Investigators are awaiting an autopsy from the GBI Medical Examiner to determine identification and cause of death. No further information is available at this time.