Megan Nichole Gregory

Gregory, circa 2017

  • Missing Since 06/05/2017
  • Missing From Augusta, Maine
  • Classification Endangered Missing
  • Age 27 years old
  • Height and Weight 5'4 - 5'5, 130 - 140 pounds
  • Clothing/Jewelry Description A blue sweatshirt, yoga pants, flip-flops or sneakers, wooden ear gauges, a faux diamond nose stud, and a tongue stud.
  • Medical Conditions Gregory is addicted to heroin. She also has a history of alcohol and cocaine abuse.
  • Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian female. Brown hair, blue eyes. Gregory's hair was styled in dreadlocks at the time of her disappearance. Her nose and tongue are pierced, her ears have gauged piercings, and she has a one-inch scar on her forearm. She has a tattoo of a large tortoise on her upper left thigh and a tattoo of a flower on the top of her right foot.

Details of Disappearance

Gregory was last seen on Sand Hill in Augusta, Maine on June 5, 2017. She got into an argument with her boyfriend and disappeared shortly thereafter. She may have been sighted on June 6, getting into an SUV outside the Edwards House Inn on Water Street, but this has not been confirmed. She left her cellular phone behind and has never been heard from again.

Gregory had been estranged from her parents for months by the time of her disappearance, and they didn't realize she was missing until her boyfriend came to them the day after he last saw her. They called the police to report her missing at that time.

She had attended college for several years, but kept switching majors and never studied one subject for long enough to get a degree. She began drinking heavily and using cocaine and moved in Maine in an attempt to change her lifestyle. In the autumn of 2016, her parents found out she was addicted to heroin and had overdosed multiple times. Gregory's parents confronted her about the heroin and she said she wanted to get help, and moved to New York to get treatment, but it didn't work out.

When she returned to Maine, her parents wouldn't let her stay with them because they didn't want their youngest child, who still lived at home, to be exposed to Gregory's substance abuse. Gregory cut off all contact with her family in January 2017, and between then and the time she disappeared in June, her parents had only seen her twice.

It's uncharacteristic of Gregory to drop out of sight for this long, and there have been no confirmed sightings of her since the day she disappeared. She was transient at the time of her disappearance and stayed with various friends. The circumstances of her disappearance are unclear, but because of her addiction and the duration of her disappearance, she's considered to be in danger.

Investigating Agency

  • Gardiner Police Department 207-624-7076

Updated 1 time since October 12, 2004. Last updated June 7, 2018; casefile added.