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Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Sgt. Gary Lawson: Peterson asked to move meeting with them elsewhere, so his wife would not find out about his father's situation.
Two state investigators cut Stephen Peterson a break and let him wait to surrender the guns he stashed during a search warrant so his wife wouldn't find out what was going on with her allegedly murderous father-in-law. State police Sgt. Gary Lawson testified that he and another investigator paid a visit to Peterson's North Aurora home the day after they searched the Bolingbrook residence of his father, Drew Peterson. The state police were looking for some sign of Drew Peterson's missing fourth wife, Stacy Peterson, or clues to what happened to her. Two days before the search in November 2007, Drew Peterson smuggled three guns to his son's home. Now, his son, an Oak Brook police officer, might lose his job over it. Oak Brook Police Chief …
Officer Stephen Peterson publicly discusses the events surrounding Stacy Peterson's disappearance for the first time.
For the first time, the embattled Oak Brook cop son of accused wife-killer Drew Peterson publicly discussed his relationship with his father and the events surrounding the disappearance of his much younger stepmother, Stacy Peterson. Stephen Peterson claimed he harbored no suspicions at all about Stacy supposedly running off with another man and abandoning not only her two young children, but also the two boys she adopted after Peterson's previous wife, Kathleen Savio, mysteriously turned up drowned in a dry bathtub in March 2004. "He said his wife had left him," Stephen Peterson said during a disciplinary hearing convened by the Oak Brook Fire and Police Board Tuesday night. "He was upset and I was helping him out." That help might end up…