Debbie Collier murder: Georgia investigators executed search warrant at daughter’s house, document reveals – Fox News
Georgia authorities served a search warrant at the home of murdered office manager Debbie Collier’s daughter days after finding Collier’s burned body down an embankment alongside a rural highway, documents reveal.
Collier’s husband and daughter reported her missing after she sent her daughter a $2,385 payment over the Venmo app. Investigators found her dead down an embankment 60 miles away.
Bearden has a long record of incidents in Georgia, stretching back more than a decade, and has been charged with filing a false report of a crime in connection with several men. In 2008 and 2012, Bearden was arrested for arguing with her boyfriends. In the latter case, she was charged with misdemeanor battery, simple battery, disorderly conduct and criminal trespass.
Andrew Tyler Giegerich’s girlfriend’s mother, Debbie Collier, was found murdered in Atlanta, Georgia on September 11, 2022. Investigators have no evidence to suspect a kidnapping or suicide.
Bearden’s live-in-boyfriend was jailed for six days last week on a probation violation and was released Friday. Giegerich has pleaded guilty to driving under the influence of drugs and was sent to jail for six days last week.
In an emotional interview, Bearden said she wanted justice for her mother, who had last been seen by her daughter the day before she disappeared.
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- Debbie Collier murder: Georgia investigators executed search warrant at daughter’s house, document reveals Fox News
- Daughter of murdered Georgia mom Debbie Collier has long history of arrests, including battery, fights with boyfriends New York Post
- Debbie Collier murder: Georgia woman revealed black eye after 2020 ‘fall’ Fox News
- Debbie Collier: Timeline of Georgia woman’s disappearance, death FOX 5 Atlanta
- Debbie Collier’s daughter has history of domestic violence against boyfriends and lying to cops Daily Mail