Charges sought in case of slain mom, missing kids

Associated Press
Flyers of a missing woman and children are taped to the brick home of Alicia Fox, Tuesday, June 10, 2014, in Detroit. Police and the FBI are searching for two young Detroit siblings, 6-year-old Kaylah Hunter and 6-month-old brother, Kristian Justice, after their 27-year-old mother was found shot to death in a vacant house about six miles from her home. No suspects have been identified. (AP Photo/Detroit News, David Coates) DETROIT FREE PRESS OUT; HUFFINGTON POST OUT.

DETROIT (AP) — Prosecutors in Detroit have received a request for charges in the case of a slain woman whose two children are missing.

The Wayne County prosecutor's office says early Thursday the warrant request hasn't been processed.

Detroit police said Wednesday that Alicia Fox's husband was released after being interviewed Tuesday by FBI agents in Atlanta. Jail records in Georgia, however, list a man with his name as being arrested Wednesday.

FBI Detroit spokesman David Porter said in an email he couldn't immediately discuss the case. A news conference is expected Thursday. The Associated Press sent a message seeking information from police.

Fox's decomposed body, shot twice in the head, was discovered Monday night in a vacant Detroit house. Authorities are searching for her children, 6-year-old Kaylah Hunter and 8-month-old Kristian Justice.