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Stacy Peterson

Stacy Peterson
The missing wife of former Bolingbrook, Ill., police sergeant Drew Peterson, Stacy Peterson disappeared in October 2007. No one has been charged in the case, which generated huge media attention, with the focus on Mr. Peterson. Stacy was his fourth wife and he is now in jail on murder charges in the 2004 death of his previous wife, Kathleen Savio. Mr. Peterson has pleaded not guilty. He has not been charged in connection with Stacy's disappearance, but has denied any responsibility there, too.
The missing wife of former Bolingbrook, Ill., police sergeant Drew Peterson, Stacy Peterson disappeared in October 2007. No one has been charged in the case, which generated huge media attention, with the focus on Mr. Peterson. Stacy was his fourth wife and he is now in jail on murder charges in the 2004 death of his previous wife, Kathleen Savio. Mr. Peterson has pleaded not guilty. He has not been charged in connection with Stacy's disappearance, but has denied any responsibility there, too. « Show less

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  • 'We believed Stacy' jury foreman says

    'We believed Stacy' jury foreman says
    Jurors in the Drew Peterson trial met with the media. -------------------- 2:05 p.m. Jury did not know about near mistrials Teresa Mathews said it was clear to the jury that calling divorce attorney Harry Smith to testify was a mistake by the defense....
  • Drew Peterson fires lawyer who opposed Savio divorce lawyer as witness

    Drew Peterson fires lawyer who opposed Savio divorce lawyer as witness
    Drew Peterson has fired the attorney who loudly warned against calling Kathleen Savio’s divorce lawyer as a defense witness – a move which Peterson’s lead counsel insisted upon and many considered a devastating miscalculation....
  • Drew Peterson prosecutors seek to limit email use by lawyers in case

    Drew Peterson prosecutors seek to limit email use by lawyers in case
    Will County prosecutors will be back in court Friday, after filing an emergency motion to curtail all parties in the Drew Peterson case from discussing legal and logistical matters via e-mail.¬† The motion to “limit electronic communication”...
  • Judge upholds Oak Brook's decision to fire Drew Peterson's son

    Judge upholds Oak Brook's decision to fire Drew Peterson's son
    Drew Peterson's son deserved to lose his police badge for his actions following the 2007 disappearance of Peterson's young wife, a DuPage County judge ruled this morning. Stephen Peterson, 33, was fired from the Oak Brook Police Department in 2011 after...
  • Judge in Peterson trial: Pastor may testify about statements Stacy Peterson made

    Judge in Peterson trial: Pastor may testify about statements Stacy Peterson made
    A key piece of testimony in prosecutors’ case against Drew Peterson – statements his now-missing fourth wife made to a pastor about what she saw Peterson doing around the time his third wife drowned in a bathtub – might be allowed at...
  • Prosecutors in Peterson trial can't bring bathtub into court

    Prosecutors in Peterson trial can't bring bathtub into court
    Prosecutors in the Drew Peterson case cannot bring the bathtub where Kathleen Savio drowned into the courtroom to be inspected by jurors, a Will County judge ruled this morning. Prosecutors said they could reinstall the bathtub in Savio’s...
  • Drew Peterson, expected to file appeal next month, has a lot to say

    Drew Peterson, expected to file appeal next month, has a lot to say
    Drew Peterson is expected to formally challenge his conviction next month — and his attorneys apparently have plenty to say about it. Peterson's lawyers recently submitted their third request for permission to exceed the 50-page limit imposed on...
  • Peterson lawyers cite attorney, judge mistakes in appeal

    Peterson lawyers cite attorney, judge mistakes in appeal
    Drew Peterson continued the uphill battle to overturn his murder conviction this week, as his lawyers filed an appeal arguing that both his former defense attorney and the trial judge made mistakes that prejudiced the jury against him. In a filing...