Thursday, May 15, 2014

Kelli Bordeaux Remains Found


We covered this case in 2012 and now police say that Nicholas Holbert has led them to the remains.

The suspect did not speak much but when he did, he indicated that he was withholding information.


Statement Analysis  from 2012:  http://statement-analysis.blogspot.com/2012/11/kelli-bordeaux-statement-analysis-of.html


The man accused in Fort Bragg Spc. Kelli Bordeaux’s death knocked her unconscious in the parking lot of a bar shortly before killing her behind the tavern, according to arrest warrants.
Fayetteville police said Wednesday that Nicholas Holbert, 27, led investigators to a shallow grave off River Road where Bordeaux’s remains were found.
Holbert, a registered sex offender, has been charged with first-degree murder and first-degree kidnapping in Bordeaux’s April 2012 death, Police Chief Harold Medlock said at a news conference Wednesday afternoon.
Holbert is being held without bail at the Cumberland County Detention Center, Lt. Todd Joyce, Fayetteville police spokesman, said late Wednesday night.
Bordeaux had been missing for a little more than two years.
According to arrest warrants, Holbert and Bordeaux arrived together at the now-closed Froggy Bottoms on Ramsey Street on April 13, 2012. They were at the bar for several hours and got into a physical altercation in the bar’s parking lot, according to the warrants.
Holbert struck Bordeaux in the parking lot and knocked her unconscious, warrants said. Holbert then put Bordeaux in his car and drove her to his camp site behind the bar, warrants showed.
Holbert then struck her several more times about her head until she was dead, the warrants said.

Police believe Bordeaux was dead before her body was buried, Medlock said.

11 comments:

john said...

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john said...

OT Update.

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Anonymous said...

In rereading the original analysis, two things stood out.

1. Determining from Nicholas Holbert's language that there might have been an argument or altercation because Kelli Bordeaux ordered him to stop.

2. The use of the present tense "have" regarding the question about Kelli Bordeaux's disappearance in his second denial.

This is impressive because these observations were made before any facts were determined.

Anonymous said...

In rereading the original analysis, two things stood out.

1. Determining from Nicholas Holbert's language that there might have been an argument or altercation because Kelli Bordeaux ordered him to stop.

2. The use of the present tense "have" regarding the question about Kelli Bordeaux's disappearance in his second denial.

This is impressive because these observations were made before any facts were determined.

Anonymous said...

In rereading the original analysis, two things stood out.

1. Determining from Nicholas Holbert's language that there might have been an argument or altercation because Kelli Bordeaux ordered him to stop.

2. The use of the present tense "have" regarding the question about Kelli Bordeaux's disappearance in his second denial.

This is impressive because these observations were made before any facts were determined.

emerald said...

Good work done by my local law enforcement. They kept pressure on the suspect and kept searching until the victim was found.

Anonymous said...

"then put Bordeaux in his car and drove her to his camp site behind the bar"

Another article states, the suspect led them to her remains.

Was his car checked by LE? Did they not find any evidence it that? Did they search the few miles radius around the bar?

Anonymous said...

I mean when she disappeared.

trustmeigetit said...





And another case where we were able to see that SA works.

Since we often never see real closure on most of these cases, it is nice to have one where we now know for sure what happened. Not just that he was “convicted” while maintaining his innocent (which is still not actual proof as innocent can be convicted just as guilty can be acquitted) but he took them to the body so we know he was responsible.



Thanks for sharing this post. It just validates SA for me.

dadgum said...

OT
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2628521/Despairing-son-hopes-mother-dead-ease-suffering-week-vanished-husbands-headless-body-1m-home-Georgia-murder-mystery-horror.html

Trigger said...

SA worked to uncover deception in this case.

Great post, Peter.