Husband charged with death of woman who left cryptic text message

Gregory McQueen, left, Alisha McQueen

A Detroit man was charged with homicide of estranged wife Alisha McQueen on Friday. 

Gregory McQueen was charged with the death of the 28-year-old woman today. In March 2018, Ms. McQueen was reported missing by a relative.  

The last time anyone heard from her was a bizarre text message sent to her mother saying "Green F-150."  At the time, McQueen's sister Tanisha told FOX 2 that Alisha's estranged husband drove a green F-150. The victim and the defendant were living separately at the time.  

On August 25, 2018 at 6:16 p.m., an evidence technician was dispatched to a location in the 100 block of Mill Street in Ecorse where a citizen had discovered what appeared to be human bones.  

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From August 28, 2018 until September 6, 2018, investigation by the Ecorse police led to the discovery of more bones, which were collected as evidence.  Clothing was also discovered and collected as evidence at the Mill Street location.  On September 7, 2018, large pieces of cement with embedded human remains were also collected as evidence by the police.  

On September 21, 2018, the investigation revealed that the remains belonged to victim Alisha McQueen. It is alleged that Gregory McQueen, 30, murdered his wife. 

“October is Domestic Violence Awareness month. In 2017, this office reviewed almost 9000 warrants containing allegations of domestic violence throughout Wayne County. We have been in DV epidemic for years,” said Prosecutor Worthy.

Gregory McQueen is expected to be arraigned on October 8, 2018 in 25th District Court.