Fort Hood soldier in sexual assault case identified
The Fort Hood sexual assault prevention coordinator accused of abusive sexual contact and pandering was identified by multiple military sources as Sgt. 1st Class Gregory McQueen, the San Antonio Express-News reported late Wednesday.
Investigators continued their probe but hadn’t filed charges against McQueen, who was removed from the Sexual Harassment Assault Response & Prevention program at Fort Hood, Texas, the paper reported. The Army has not provided details about the allegations.
The Express-News wrote that when asked by a reporter if he was cooperating with authorities, McQueen said, “I have no comment at all,” and hung up.