Discussion in 'Identified!' started by Elizabella, Aug 15, 2018.
There has to be so much more to this story. I am hoping her killer is found quickly.
Dismembered body found in landfill identified as missing woman Courtney Dubois
Courtney Nicole Dubois, 20, who went missing from Fairmont, was identified by the Georgia Bureau of Investigations (GBI) using “dental records obtained through law enforcement channels from her family to confirm her identity,” the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office announced in a news release via Facebook last night.
Dubois was initially identified by her distinctive tattoos, including one officials believed to be the Japanese symbol for bravery on her wrist.
Here are some summary points from a WXIA TV ("11Alive" in Atlanta, Georgia) news report.
The report is based in part on a phone interview with one of Courtney's sisters today (2018-09-06 Thursday).
* The family knows much about what might have happened to Courtney, but they cannot yet disclose anything.
* Courtney had a heart of gold and was very supportive of the family.
* Courtney would not have voluntarily left Fairmont, WV, without making sure that her beloved dog was cared for.
* Police Chief Steve Shine (Fairmont, WV) believes that Courtney was targeted.
LE has leads and is investigating multiple related crimes.
Investigators include FBI agents.
Bartow County Sheriff's Office will have more to say when new information is available.
Source (includes a video and a photo gallery):
I'm a newbie her and I'm not completely sure how to post but she also has a fake account Nicole Beers.
Interesting. Here‘s the link (she posted a selfie with a guy on 23rd June):
What multiple related crimes?
And the FBI is involved?
Too close to home for me.
Yes, GBI is Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
The artist is Kelly Lawson. Forensic Art | Georgia Bureau of Investigation Investigative Division
Two Cartersville men arrested in Fairmont, W. Va., area in what authorities say was a ‘large-scale conspiracy’ to repeatedly bring meth to that region for redistribution. | Hometown Headlines
" We are aware of the proximity of the home of Courtney Dubois (Fairmont, W. Va.) and the arrest of two Bartow County men in that area. There are no charges below related to the Dubois case."
So odd! If you look at the FB URL for that profile is says Sandy Wills - seems that name changes often.
Hi all! I’m a newbie. Just wondering if this could be involved somehow with people who were afraid of a recent crackdown...I think they called it “Operation Crumbull.” Please understand that I in no way am alleging she was involved with drugs or violence. Simply that I am concerned someone may have thought she knew something and wanted to silence her?
I’ll try to put a link here...it seems to stretch from Detroit to Florida...
UPDATE: Two more men plead guilty for their part in multi-state heroin/fentanyl ring
I think the FBI is involved because it seems to be interstate. Unless she willingly left WV & went to GA & was killed in GA then it would be federal which is probably better because they have better prosecutors & you serve at a min of 80% of the time. Only drawback is it’s a cushier prison
As for her family, I’m sure they have their thoughts & someone in the family probably knows who she was running around with, talking to or if she was using drugs then with whom. It will be interesting when we find out who & why.
It seems dismemberment is a personal crime or a control/sexual crime usually but I don’t think it is in this case. I think she either saw something or got involved in something over her head & someone thought she was some type of informer or snitch
Tbh most of the pics I saw didn’t look too much like Courtney but there is a pic where she is looking at camera from a diagonal angle and looks a lot closer to her imo but not to be morbid we dont really know what she had to work with however the artist is amazingly talented
"Friends and family will say goodbye to Courtney N. Dubois, 20, at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 20  at St Louis Catholic Church in Limestone, Maine, her obituary states."
Family wants answers after woman found dismembered in landfill
It was a story that shocked metro Atlanta. Courtney Dubois, 20, was found dismembered in a Bartow County landfill.
But now, four months later, friends and family of the West Virginia woman fear she’s already been forgotten.
Channel 2's Justin Wilfon checked with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and the Bartow County Sheriff's Office.
GBI said Dubois' killing remains a joint investigation, but with nothing new to report in the case, Adcox said she'll keep pushing authorities to not forget the young woman.
"I would like to see Courtney get justice. The people or person who did this to her, I want to see them end up in jail. I want to see them lose everything the way that she did," Adcox said.
Dubois disappeared from Fairmont, West Virginia. It’s still unclear how she ended up in Bartow County.
It is hard to fathom sometime after an identification is made the follow up to if justice was served. Im shocked there was no arrest made as by now phone records and digital footprints would have been discovered. Thanks for posting this update to such a horrific crime or disposal of a body.
My next episode of True Cold Case Files will focus on her case. You can see it above. It will air at 4PM PT!
Just as many suspected...
WV News: Federal grand jurors indict Cartersville man in suspected fatal overdose of woman who’s severed remains were found at the Bartow County Landfill last August. | Hometown Headlines
The death of Courtney Nicole Dubois: A chronology of what we know since her remains were discovered through March 26. | Hometown Headlines
"The government has been waiting on the results of some forensic testing and some other evidence, and we have always anticipated there would be additional charges," Dyer said. "This is no surprise to us. This is likely to delay the trial of the case for a number of months. This is one of the biggest investigations of the local task force that I've ever observed." https://www.wvnews.com/news/wvnews/attorney-georgia-man-accused-in-wv-fed-court-of-distribution/article_ba636778-49a8-57a3-a868-cb4b0cd11298.html