Drew Peterson says the the disappearance of his fourth wife, Stacy, and the mysterious death of his third wife, Kathleen Savio, might hamper his love life.
“I’m not going to get another date,” he said in an interview this week in his Bolingbrook home.
Why the heck should that be the first thing on his mind when they haven’t discovered what happened to Stacy yet? Excuse me, but it strikes me that he’s looking for his next victim. This guy acted like a stalker with his wives – following their every move.
Recent reports might prove that Drew Peterson, the 53 year old retired police officer, suspected in the mysterious disappearance of his wife, had used police resources to spy out information about his wife’s family and friends.
He is believed to have accessed confidential background information on these people, saved in police records.
Bolingbrook Police Pension Board attorney Richard reamer told NBC News that such behavior is called ‘official misconduct’ and can be used to revoke his retirement benefits, including $6000 monthly pension.
BOLINGBROOK, Ill. – Drew Peterson’s face recently appeared on a pinata- just begging someone to beat it with a stick-and the former Bolingbrook police sergeant says his fellow officers have been shunning him.
Aw.. poor widdo baby.
The pinata appeared Saturday at a prayer vigil for Stacy, who has not been seen since she vanished Oct. 28.
“It’s like they had this vigil for Stacy, and the next thing you know there’s a pinata with my face on it,” Peterson told the Chicago Tribune on Thursday. “All these policemen who were my friends, and I would have jumped in front of a bullet for, don’t even talk to me.”
Sounds like people are genuinely worried about Stacy’s disappearance. I wonder why Drew is NOT. Policemen shunning him might have something to do with his resignation which stopped the internal investigation,
On the day before Kathleen’s exhumation, Drew Peterson sent a formal letter of resignation to the Village of Bowling Brook Board of Fire and Police Commissioners. As a result, they would no longer be able to pursue an internal affairs investigation. After accepting Peterson’s resignation, Police Chief Raymond McGury told reporters that Peterson had brought disgrace to the police department and said that he was sorry Peterson had quit because he had wanted to personally fire him.
and then there’s this:
The search warrant that was served this week may indicate that investigators are now focusing on how Stacy Peterson’s body may have been disposed of rather than how she may have died.
It sounds to me as though a pinata with his face on it was an appropriate beginning…
It seems to me he’s enjoying his newfound celebrity a bit too much.