Cartersville man charged in connection with landfill body case
BARTOW COUNTY, Ga. (FOX 5 Atlanta) - Nearly 10 months after authorities discovered the dismembered remains of a woman in Bartow County landfill, a man is finally facing charges in connection to her death.
Terrick Antwon Robinson is accused of distributing a deadly dose of fentanyl to 20-year-old Courtney Nicole Dubois.
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The remains of the West Virginia woman was found Aug. 13, 2018. by a sanitation worker while emptying a trash compactor. Dubois was reported missing by the Fairmont, West Virginia Police Department. Investigators were able to use dental records to make a positive identification.
Investigators said there were no surveillance cameras at the facility.
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The Bartow County Sheriff told FOX 5 News just after Dubois’ remains were found he has never seen a more disturbing case.
Robinson was arrested in Fairmont, West Virginia. He's accused of running a drug operation from Georgia to West Virginia.
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