Skip to comments.Disappearance of cop's fourth wife suspicious, relatives say
Posted on 11/06/2007 10:52:00 AM PST by Santa Fe_Conservative
BOLINGBROOK, Illinois (CNN) -- Police are using tracking dogs, airplanes, infrared sensors and volunteers on foot Tuesday to look for a young mother who disappeared nine days ago, leaving her 4- and 2-year-old children behind.
Stacy Peterson, 23, has been missing from her suburban Chicago home since October 28.
1 of 2 Friends and relatives of Stacy Peterson, 23, say her disappearance is suspicious.
Her husband of four years, Bolingbrook police Sgt. Drew Peterson, 53, reportedly has told police his wife said she was leaving him for another man, and police are not treating the disappearance as a criminal investigation.
But the woman's aunt, Candace Aikin, of El Monte, California, said Stacy Peterson confided in her that there were problems during a visit to the Peterson home in suburban Chicago last month.
"She said that she was afraid because he was following her around 24/7, even inside the house," Aikin said. "He was very obsessed and stalking her, even inside her house.
"She was very, very full of stress and just not happy in her marriage at all," Aikin said.
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A teenage girl with daddy issues who is easily impressed by a badge and an air of authority.
And I find it amazing how many small-town cops seem to have lots more financial resources that their job description would indicate.
The Trib photo show indicates that he bought her a muscle car as a present.
Come on, my Great Grandmother was 16 when she got married to her husband. He was 42. They had 10 kids together, that was his second marriage (first lady died) and they had 10 together as well. (Of course that was waaaaaaaaaaaaay back then. I remember my Great Grandmothers (both of them, they were both over 100 when they died too).
Daddy issues. Yes, that's probably right. I knew one girl that used to run around with much, much older men when she was young--16, 17. She had serious issues, including dad. Too bad. Nice girl.
You're probably right.
Mystery Murder Ping List.
I know many on your ANS list are from the old Lacy Peterson and other Murder Mystery Cases.
Ping if you please.
Yeah, different back then. Heck, it might have even been arranged.
So he’s a 49 year old going through a middle age crisis. Oh God I feel for this women.
Sure, that’s what they said when my 34th wife disappeared on a rock climbing holiday.........pure speculation!
Here is an earlier thread with some observations and links you might find useful:
Could it be that she named the baby after that Lacy Peterson? She was born after all that, right?
Very spooky indeed.
Pinged by request - this is a newer thread on Stacy Peterson topic.
What's with all these Petersons?
I’d say neither were too bright to begin with.
On the afternoon of 18 December 1914 Margaret Lloyd had visited her solicitor in Islington and made a will in favour of her husband. Later that evening 'John Lloyd' told the owner of the house that he was going out to buy some tomatoes for his wife's supper whilst she took a bath.
... tomatoes in the UK in December 1914? Hothouses?
Nice catch of an interesting detail, to which I can only respond “dunno.”
My Yorkie does this all the time, then he stares at me...very annoying...
She looks more like the Runaway Bride in that photo...
While it’s a small town, it’s only about 35 or 40 minutes from Chicago.
Where does it say that?