Hey Drew “What’s in the Barrel”
That must be what Drew Peterson’s relative asked Drew while
putting Stacey in the SUV. This guy acts as if he has not a worry in
the world. He has had strange exchanges with the media parked outside
of his house, making fun of one overweight reporter and using his video
camera to mock the press. I am just waiting for the ambulance with the
guys in the white coats and a net chasing this nut down his street.
The Chicago Tribune reports:
Pictures taken outside Drew Peterson’s Bolingbrook home Tuesday showed Peterson turning the tables on the assembled media, videotaping them with a hand-held camcorder.
A Wednesday morning segment on ABC’s “Good Morning America” gave viewers another perspective on that camera showdown: the actual footage from the camera Peterson held.
A WLS-Ch. 7 report said the camcorder was given to Drew Peterson, a suspect in the disappearance of his fourth wife, Stacy Peterson, by “Good Morning America.” Video
Sources close to the investigation revealed a detailed account of the alleged activities of Drew Peterson and his relative on the day of Stacy Peterson’s disappearance. Drew Peterson’s attorney, Joel Brodsky, dismissed the information as nothing more than rumors.
Drew Peterson was scheduled to work at 5 p.m. Oct. 28 but called in to take a personal or sick day, said Bolingbrook police Lt. Ken Teppel.
A source familiar with the investigation said that at about 7 p.m., Drew Peterson picked up his relative from a park and the two went to a local coffee shop.
After a short time, Drew Peterson told the relative he had to go somewhere and left the man at the coffee shop with a cell phone, along with instructions that the relative should not answer if it should ring, the source said. The relative waited for some time, and the phone rang, showing the name “Stacy” on the caller ID, the source said.
A brief time later, Drew Peterson returned to the coffee shop, the source said. Drew Peterson and the relative then drove to the Petersons’ home on Pheasant Chase Court, the source said. Drew Peterson asked the relative to help him move something from the home into the Petersons’ sport-utility vehicle, the source said.
The two men went to an upstairs bedroom and removed a large covered and sealed 4-foot-long rectangular plastic container and placed it in the SUV, the sources familiar with the case said.
They left the home about 10 p.m., and Drew Peterson then dropped the relative off at his home, at which point the distraught man contacted a friend, saying words to the effect of, “I think I just helped Drew dispose of Stacy,” the source said.
Drew called in sick the day Stacey went missing Fox reports:
The husband of Stacy Peterson did not show up to work on the night that the 23-year-old woman disappeared, FOX News confirmed Wednesday.
Stacy Peterson, a mother of two and Drew Peterson’s fourth wife, was reported missing Oct. 29 by her family after she failed to show up to a friend’s house.
Drew Peterson, who recently resigned as an officer from the Bolingbrook police department, was scheduled to work at 5 p.m. Oct. 28 but called in to take a personal or sick day, Bolingbrook police Lt. Ken Teppel told FOX News.
“Peterson called in sick for Sunday night (Oct. 28),” Teppel said. “The call was taken by a dispatcher in the afternoon.”
Photos; Chicago Tribune