A trial judge previously determined police and fire commissioners in Oak Brook was justified in firing officer Stephen Peterson after concluding he’d obstructed the investigation into the disappearance of his father’s fourth wife.
His lawyer says Drew Peterson’s son is likely to appeal a judge’s ruling today that upheld his firing as a police officer.
A DuPage County judge on Tuesday ordered the Oak Brook Board of Fire and Police Commissioners better explain its reasoning for firing the son of Drew Peterson, who is currently on trial in Will County for allegedly murdering his ex-wife.
Stephen Peterson, son of Drew Peterson, who is awaiting trial on charges he murdered his wife, filed a $10 million federal lawsuit Tuesday over his firing from the Oak Brook Police Department in 2011.
Murder suspect Drew Peterson is speaking out, sort of, about the firing of his oldest son from the Oak Brook Police Department.
The Fire and Police Commission in west suburban Oak Brook voted unanimously Saturday to fire Officer Stephen Peterson from the force.
After a series of delays, Drew Peterson’s police officer son is expected to learn Saturday if he will keep his job on the Oak Brook force.
The police officer son of Drew Peterson should learn tonight if he will remain on the Oak Brook Police Department.
Accusations are made on both sides at hearing where Stephen Peterson’s police job is on the line. Chief says about guns, “if it was a toaster, it’s a piece of evidence and he should have cooperated with state police.”
The Oak Brook Police Board will decide tonight whether to fire Drew Peterson’s son from the force.
The oldest son of Drew Peterson could learn Tuesday night if he will keep his job with the Oak Brook police department.
Drew Peterson’s son has been suspended from the Oak Brook police force for the past couple of months, but he is still collecting a paycheck.
Oak Brook police chief is looking to fire him for removing guns before Drew Peterson’s house was searched.