Search continues for Stacy Peterson

Bolingbrook pond searched for remains of Stacy Peterson
April 21, 2010 11:18 AM

A search of a Bolingbrook pond is being conducted this morning by a volunteer group organized by Stacy Peterson’s sister, a family spokeswoman said.

There have been no new leads as to her whereabouts, the spokeswoman said. So far, nothing has been found.

Peterson disappeared in October 2007. Authorities have called her husband, Drew Peterson, the only suspect.

He is being held on $20 million bond in the drowning death of his third wife, Kathleen Savio.

That case is scheduled to go to trial in June.

Read the story at the Chicago Tribune

Thanks, CFS, for the link.
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14 thoughts on “Search continues for Stacy Peterson

  1. I just saw the repeat of the Noon WGN News on CLTV, and the pond is said to be near Clow Airport, where Stacy’s car was to have been last seen. Otherwise, it was reported that there are no new leads or information.

  2. Divers search Bolingbrook pond for Stacy Peterson
    April 21, 2010

    Sun-Times Media
    Volunteer Divers are reportedly searching a Bolingbrook pond Wednesday for remains of Stacy Peterson, WGN-TV is reporting.

    According to the television news report, a Peterson family spokeswoman said the volunteer group was organized by Stacy Peterson’s sister.

    Peterson has been missing from her Bolingbrook home since October, 2007. Her husband, Drew Peterson, who was a Bolingbrook police sergeant at the time of her disappearance, was later charged with the drowning death of his third wife, Kathleen Savio.

    According to the television report the spokeswoman said there have been no new leads as to Stacy Peterson’ whereabouts and so far nothing has been found.,bolingbrook-pond-search-stacy-peterson_SCN042110.article

  3. Thinking about you, Cass, and sending you good luck. Sometimes you just gotta do what you gotta. More power to you.:)

  4. Here is an OLD story for reference. I don’t know if this is the same pond. The place in the video above looks a bit more natural than most retention ponds — more like the Du Page River:

    Search for missing wife resumes
    Bolingbrook woman feared for her life, an aunt says
    Matthew Walberg, Erika Slife and Hal Dardick
    Updated: 11:41 a.m – November 2, 2007

    The search for a Bolingbrook police sergeant’s wife resumed this morning, with boats, dogs and divers searching for clues in a small pond near Stacy and Drew Peterson’s home.

    Police returned to the retention pond at Bolingbrook’s Clow International Airport about 9 a.m. By 10 a.m., divers were in the water accompanied by a boat with a cadaver dog onboard.

    Officers stretched a cable across the narrow 5-acre pond, which one officer said was about 18 feet at its greatest depth…

    No link because the story is no longer live.

  5. It seems Sharon is withholding the use of the Stacy Ann boat from Cass. Since I do not know why or all the circumstances behind it I’ll leave it at that. I hope she changes her mind for the sake of finding Stacy.

  6. Thanks for showing some restraint, Givarat.

    During the hearsay hearings:

    Sharon testified that the search boat is in storage in Ottowa and that it will be donated to a missing persons group.

    If Sharon Bychowski wants to share what events led to putting the boat in storage or detail her plans for it, she is welcome to post here or email us at with a statement. Any other comments about her motivations are speculative and you know how we feel about that at the JC… 🙂

  7. Looks like 2 more lawyers have joined Drew’s team. Funny though – once again the story includes the high profile cases these lawyers were involved with that resulted in the conviction with a 12-year sentence for one of the guy’s clients and the death penalty for Brian Dugan who was the other guy’s client.

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