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Bolingbrook sergeant's house searched in wife's disappearance

There are 138 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Nov 1, 2007, titled Bolingbrook sergeant's house searched in wife's disappearance. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

Police are searching the Bolingbrook home of a veteran police sergeant today as part of their investigation into his wife's disappearance over the weekend.

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Tamara

Chicago, IL

#21 Nov 1, 2007
JET wrote:
Anybody else bothered by an adult dating a 17 year old who is 40 years younger? What did they chat about on the first date? The prom? Chemistry class? The Watergate hearings?
Gross and he wondered why his boss had to make sure the "union" was legal? sick, sick, sick.
PDQ

Lombard, IL

#22 Nov 1, 2007
At the age of 23 - she would want it all!
If I was in a situation where my husband was abusing and I was going to leave - I would make sure I got it all- the kids included!
no identifier wrote:
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Not all women who want to leave their husbands "wanted it all". All women don't have money as their first priority. Some would be happy just to get away with their kids -- and their lives.
2toes

Wilmette, IL

#23 Nov 1, 2007
that old quarry is an old pit from a construction company years ago-the cops know where its at-the place is hidden well-and is very,very deep-and big-you will never see it from the road-west of weber-mile or so-left side-look for signs saying-KEEP OUT''-I hope I am wrong-but something just tells me to look-divers would have a hard time---FIND THESE WOMEN-GOD BLESS
zoolander

Wheaton, IL

#24 Nov 1, 2007
PDQ wrote:
When she left did she take the car?
How did she leave? Walk away??
Does anyone know that answer?
And they haven't mentioned anything about the phone records yet.
These are some very good questions you pointed out! The answer is the media is not giving the answers to any of them. Drew claims she drove the SUV, parked it in clow creek and told him this in their phone conversation. But no phone record information released just yet. One more piece to the puzzle, a neighbor has gone on recrd saying that neither car was in the driveway at 11pm?? Where was he and what was he doing? both cars? who was with the children? BTW, ther is not room in the garage for any car to be parked but it's LOADED with stuff.
My questions now, what did police take? were they looking for anything in particular they could not find? are they looking into the financial records for this family? finally did he destroy her passport or did she take it with?
2toes

Wilmette, IL

#25 Nov 1, 2007
FOR THE SEACHERS-BLESS YOU-FROM THE CITY-TO WEBER-SOUTH-ABOUT 2-MILES RIGHT TURN-PASS THE 55 OVERPASS-LOOK FOR LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL FIELDS ON RIGHT-now ACROSS THE STREET-IS THE QUARRY-IT IS HUGE-LOTS OF WALKING-VERY SECLUDED-AND IT IS DEEP,SO VERY DEEP---SCARY AS WELL,JUST FROM ITS SIZE-god I HOPE I AM WRONG,BUT THESE LADIES ARE OUT THERE,GOOD LUCK AGAIN''
dandan72

Mount Prospect, IL

#26 Nov 1, 2007
Time to hire OJ to help find her. Then Drew can help OJ look for his wife's murderer. What a team they make.
richard

Atlanta, GA

#27 Nov 1, 2007
Yah, pretty nice digs for someone married four times on cops wages.
2toes

Wilmette, IL

#28 Nov 1, 2007
o.j's time is coming-but this cop is 2 sneaky-and we know they have there own lil'things going on-the lil'girl was sick of his sht-and wanted out-so he took her out-just like the other scum bag that won't let his kids talk to the cops-you get the picture right-well-get a room for 3-cause these 2-and mr...vegas are a'going down-time will be on our side-premanission''''
Melissa

Methuen, MA

#29 Nov 1, 2007
That sick SOB is a pedophile. Shame on the police department for ignoring this along with the rest of the blatant red flags.
Amirah

United States

#30 Nov 1, 2007
Gino wrote:
Ever notice that guys who don't have alot of material possessions don't suffer from Disappearing Wife Syndrome? I'll say it: if I had a wife and alot of assets, and she "decided" that it was over and she's taking half of my stuff or more...well, she'd be on the news. Prenup, guys. Don't be stupid.
so in other words you are saying you too would commit murder in order to keep your "stuff"?

well, so long as you can get away with it you'd be able to enjoy it. if not, you would be selling it all in order to raise enough for your defense..
and then losing it all as you sit on death roll in Illinois..... all of your stuff would be a distant memory....

wow I hope women have a sixth sense to stay away from you!
Lake

Houston, TX

#31 Nov 1, 2007
This case sounds just like Theresa Parker. Everyone knows her police officer, almost ex-husband, Sam Parker was involved in her disappearance, but they have been unable to locate her. He also claims she walked away and may be with another man. We can only hope that Stacy is found sooner rather than later since evidence does degrade and her family does not need to be in limbo for months or years wondering where her body is.

This guy does not seem like the brightest bulb in the bunch and has not acted like a concerned husband in any way, shape, or form. He is only worried about himself and apparently being seen by the public. That makes me wonder if he thinks someone might have seen him at a crime scene/dumpsite or driving to and from one. The state police need to broadcast his picture, along with vehicle pictures, and ask the public if they saw him on Sunday and where. I've haven't seen someone hide their faces from cameras like this since Scott Peterson's avoidance of cameras, which later revealed an affair. Maybe Sgt. Peterson has another woman out there too. He certainly has a pattern of having the next wife already in the shoot.
tina

AOL

#32 Nov 1, 2007
zoolander wrote:
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I could not agree more. Drew has connections that go FAR and DEEP kind of like the statement he made about his wife missing.
What does it take to get the FBI involved? If they find forensic evidence from the things they took from the house? Was there anything in the house they looked for but could not find?
I know this guy personally, and he sure did have a lot of connections, had his hand in the pot for every reason money and power of course....
tina

AOL

#33 Nov 1, 2007
richard wrote:
Yah, pretty nice digs for someone married four times on cops wages.
No this guy had alot of illegal connections, trust me.
Neighbor

Chicago, IL

#34 Nov 1, 2007
I'm Drew Petersons former neighbor and was still living on Pheasant Chase during his third wifes death in 2004. The investigation of Kathy's death was very weak and was hard to believe she drown in a bathtub. If you knew the amount of times the police were summoned to the home during the divorce, you would convict Drew Peterson immediatley. He was very calm and methodical but knew which buttons to push to throw Kathy over the edge. He would show up at Kathy's (third wife) house for visitation and would bring a camcorder. Kathy hated him so much, she would give him a hard time. In the meantime, he was trying to build his case against her using the camcorder as evidence of her bad behavior. The police sided with him of course. It was unbelievable. When she was found dead, not many of us were surprised. The finger was pointed immediately at Drew. He also had the nerve to show up at her funeral. I met Stacy before Kathy died, she seemed nice, but don't know much about her other than casual chat. Drew is a very low key, unassuming individual. It's kind of hard to believe he's capable but he has the knowledge and background to pull something like this off. By the way, he isn't a "well to do" indivudual. He gained from the life insurance policy at Kathy's death, and since the divorce was not finalized when she passed, the house went to him. He sold it for $350,000 immediately. Him and Stacy refused to live in their old house, so they purchased another home 2 blocks away.
CHICAGO outrage

Casa Grande, AZ

#35 Nov 1, 2007
CHICAGO Cops- Killers? Abusers? and now one retired in Flordia is being investigated for torturing black men to get a confession that sent them to prison for 20+ years? Chicago, wake up it may be your life next. Even the mayor protects the cops who are doing wrong.
2toes

Wilmette, IL

#36 Nov 1, 2007
this reminds me of the alan masters case-we all knew she was dead-just had to find her-guess where she was-the bottum of the canal-where he and his former crooked willow springs cops dumped their cars for insurance money-keep looking-this lady is under water-I can feel it-as well as the other lady missing for 6-months-get this boy locked up with the rest'''
tina

AOL

#37 Nov 1, 2007
Neighbor wrote:
I'm Drew Petersons former neighbor and was still living on Pheasant Chase during his third wifes death in 2004. The investigation of Kathy's death was very weak and was hard to believe she drown in a bathtub. If you knew the amount of times the police were summoned to the home during the divorce, you would convict Drew Peterson immediatley. He was very calm and methodical but knew which buttons to push to throw Kathy over the edge. He would show up at Kathy's (third wife) house for visitation and would bring a camcorder. Kathy hated him so much, she would give him a hard time. In the meantime, he was trying to build his case against her using the camcorder as evidence of her bad behavior. The police sided with him of course. It was unbelievable. When she was found dead, not many of us were surprised. The finger was pointed immediately at Drew. He also had the nerve to show up at her funeral. I met Stacy before Kathy died, she seemed nice, but don't know much about her other than casual chat. Drew is a very low key, unassuming individual. It's kind of hard to believe he's capable but he has the knowledge and background to pull something like this off. By the way, he isn't a "well to do" indivudual. He gained from the life insurance policy at Kathy's death, and since the divorce was not finalized when she passed, the house went to him. He sold it for $350,000 immediately. Him and Stacy refused to live in their old house, so they purchased another home 2 blocks away.
He still had alot of scam connections like the bar he owned in Montgomery Illinois Suds Pub amongst other things
Momsensincal

Elmhurst, IL

#38 Nov 1, 2007
Husbands story is fishy.
If you have the right connections/dirt on people in the right places, you can get away with anything. Ever hear of the phrase "thick as thieves?"

If Stacy were leaving her husband, wouldn't she tell some family members? If he were an "okay" guy, and they had children together, why wouldn't she tell him about the other guy in person? This is just plain weird.

Also as was mention by a previous commenter, who drowns in the bathtub? Did the previous wife have a heart attack in the tub? History of substance abuse? Here again, if you have "dirt" on a powerful person's dirty dealing you can get them to cover up ANYTHING.
Cheryl

AOL

#39 Nov 1, 2007
It sounds as though the sergeant may be out of a job very, very soon.
Momsensical

Elmhurst, IL

#40 Nov 1, 2007
Why is he hiding his face? Has anyone asked him why his face is covered? Will the media report on the fact that he has his face covered?

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