Wednesday, December 8, 2021
A Texas woman was found dead 2 days after she signed a $250,000 life insurance policy, and her husband has been charged with her murder
Collins told police that he "suspected" that his wife was killed by intruders, however, the house was strangely not ransacked. Liang was found dead in the couple's home just two days after the couple signed a $250,000 life insurance policy.
Surveillance footage from the gym showed Collins "pacing around" the gym for 45 minutes, but only working out for 5 minutes before he called the police from the gym's cafe. When police searched a gym locker, they uncovered Liang's wallet—which Collins had reported missing—and a cosmetic bag.
Collins told police that Liang sent him a text message about a person outside of their home while he was at the gym. Collins further stated that he lost contact with his wife shortly after she reported the "suspicious male" outside of their home.
Although Collins told police that the couple did not have a life insurance policy, officers who searched the home found a piece of paper evidencing a life insurance policy for $250,000.
Collins did not appear in his first scheduled court appearance due to "mental health reasons." It is unclear how Collins intends to plead. Collins is currently being held on a $150,000 bond.
See Katie Balevic, A Texas woman was found dead 2 days after she signed a $250,000 life insurance policy, and her husband has been charged with her murder, Yahoo News, November 27, 2021.
Special thanks to David S. Luber (Florida Probate Attorney) for bringing this article to my attention.