Earlier today, the Illinois Supreme court denied a motion from the defense team of Drew Peterson's to be released from jail while they review the appeal filed by the Will County State's Attorney's office in the case. Peterson has been behind bars since he was charged in the murder of Kathleen Savio in May of 2009. His bond remains at $20 million dollars.
On another note, Peterson in the news should be a reminder to the citizens of Illinois, Stacy Peterson, mother is still missing. Next month will mark the fourth year anniversary when she was, in my opinion, erased from the earth.
Hunting season is also around the corner, so perhaps hunters can be reminded through the Illinois National Resources websites to be aware and keep their eyes open this hunting season.
And social sites can continue getting Stacy's information out to the public. From Facebook to Twitter to web and community sites and faith based organizations.
Stacy Peterson was silenced, we are her only voice, let's get busy!
Missing Since: 10/28/07Missing from: Bolingbrook, IllinoisClassification: MissingAge at disappearance: 23Height: 5’2″Weight: 100 lbs.Hair Color: BrownEye Color: BrownRace: WhiteGender: FemaleDistinguishing Characteristics: Long, straight,brown hair with blonde highlights.She has a tattoo of ablue and yellow carnation on the small of her back and ascar across her stomach.Clothing: Police believe she may have left thehouse wearing a jogging suit.
Details of DisappearanceStacy was last heard from on October 28, 2007 at around 10 AM. She was supposed to meet a friend to help paint a house. She shares a home with her husband, police Sgt. Drew Peterson. He told police that he last spoke with his wife at 9 PM on the day she disappeared but hadn’t seen her since the morning. He claims she called to tell him she was leaving with another man but that story is under scrutiny.
Bolingbrook Police Department (630) 226-8600
If you have any information on this case please contact CUE Center For Missing Persons using the contact form below or contact Cue Center at (910) 343-1131 24 hour tipline (910) 232-1687.
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