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Ex-cop confesses to jailhouse snitch?
Investigators searched a muddy stretch of remote central Illinois Saturday for the remains of the fourth wife of Drew Peterson, the former suburban Chicago police officer awaiting trial for the murder of his previous spouse.
State police and other law enforcement agencies were searching rural land “thick with timber” near Peoria for signs of Stacy Peterson, said state police Master Sgt. Tom Burek.
Rains have reduced the land to a “muddy mess” meaning that parts are inaccessible by vehicle and investigators have had to comb the area on foot, Burek said.
He wouldn’t say when the search began or how large the search area is. He also wouldn’t confirm where the lead came from or how credible police thought it might be.
“We follow up on every lead,” he said.
Investigators have pursued several tips about Stacy Peterson’s disappearance over the years, including sending divers into murky Chicago-area waters.
Drew Peterson’s attorney, Joel Brodsky, called the most recent search “patently ridiculous.”
“Drew’s position from day one has always been that she ran off with another man, because that’s what she told him,” Brodsky said. “This is just another in a long line of unsubstantiated rumors about Drew Peterson, all of which have proved to be false.”
Police digging for Stacy Peterson’s body near Peoria
“They must think it’s pretty credible ... they’re here,” State Police Master Sgt. Tom Burek said from near the digging site, which he described as a “very low remote area.”
“Obviously, because of the rain, it’s very muddy right now. It’s thick with timber. It’s a muddy mess out there,” Burek said.
Peoria County Coroner Johanna Ingersoll confirmed early Saturday, “There is a search underway for human remains.” However, added Ingersoll, “No human remains have been located at this point.”
“The tip did not come from an inmate at the jail,” said Will County Sheriff’s spokesman Pat Barry. “The people I’ve talked with have no knowledge of anything.”
“Drew couldn’t talk to somebody if he wanted to,” said his attorney, Joel Brodsky
Pam Bosco, a spokeswoman for Stacy Peterson’s family, also said several claims in TMZ.com’s story are not true. But Bosco said the family is “very hopeful at this point,” about today’s search, based on information the Illinois State Police has shared with the family.
State police haven’t given family details about the nature of the lead or where the tip came from, but “we’ve just been told it’s a very good lead and they’e very hopeful,” she said.
Following a new lead in the woman’s disappearance, authorities are searching for “human remains” in an area east of Peoria, Ill., the Chicago Sun-Times reported Saturday.
Sources reportedly told the newspaper that investigators, using dogs, searched a hunting ground east of Peoria on Friday and then returned Saturday to dig in a specific area.
Hunting preserve? Bet it ain’t human.
TJ Burek with the Illinois State Police says investigators have been there since daybreak.
“Right now we’re not saying much about the lead. Everyone’s asking us if it’s credible. Is it credible? Well, we’re here,” Burek said.
Burek said investigators are meticulously going through the area but would not comment on the size of the area being searched.
I can’t keep all these missing wives stories straight. Who was found washed up on the beach, with her baby, in a plastic trash bag a few years back?
Thanks for the ping!!
Prediction. They won’t find Sh*t.
Michael Peterson (center):
“Nothing stays buried forever. Nothing.”
Even the birth certificate? ;)
I don't know about that. After spending a few creeped-out hours perusing cold case files at www.charleyproject.org it's pretty clear that there's a lot of people walking amongst us who have gotten away with murder.
The only way that two people can keep a secret, is if one of them is dead.
Even then these clowns often give themselves away.
I’m loving this.