A former suburban Chicago police officer is dealing with sentencing after he was convicted in a homicide-for-rent case.
Jurors agreed in Might that Drew Peterson tried to rent a fellow inmate’s uncle to kill the prosecutor who helped convict him in 2012 within the killing of his third spouse, Kathleen Savio.
The sixty two-yr-previous Peterson may have an opportunity at Friday’s sentencing to make an announcement. Randolph County State’s Legal professional Jeremy Walker says the obvious goal of Peterson’s failed hit, Will County State’s Lawyer James Glasgow, can even communicate.
At his sentencing for killing Savio, the previous Bolingbrook police sergeant started his assertion by screaming: “I didn’t kill Kathleen!”
Peterson is already serving a 38-12 months sentence in Savio’s loss of life and faces as much as 60 extra years behind bars.
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