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Jane Doe found in Bartow County Landfill identified

Bartow County Jane Doe

September 6, 2018 – The police have released the name of the Jane Doe as Courtney Nicole Dubois, 20, of West Virginia. Dubois is reported missing from the Fairmont, West Virginia.

On September 4, 2018, authorities have identified the dismembered body of a Jane Doe found in a Bartow County landfill in August.

Bartow County Coroner Joel Guyton told FOX 5 that the remains belonged to a missing West Virginia woman, but the name has not been released.

The body was found on August 13, 2018, by a sanitation worker while emptying a trash compactor at the Bartow County landfill.

Bartow County Jane Doe
Bartow County Jane Doe

County Sheriff Clark Millsap said, “She was cut into pieces and they packed all the pieces into individual bags and placed them in one dumpster.”

Authorities released a sketch of the woman and her tattoo, that was two Easter lilies. She was nicknamed “Angel.”  Social media shared the information in hopes someone would recognize her.

 

Bartow County Jane Doe
Bartow County Jane Doe Tattoo

“Angel” was described as being between 5-foot-2 and 5-foot-6, weighing 150 pounds with brown or reddish hair. She is believed to be between 18 and 35 years old.

Anyone with information is urged to call the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office at 770-382-5050 or the GBI at 706-624-1424.

Police released image of severed head

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