Will County, Illinois, state attorney James Glasgow says his office will decide within the next four or five months whether to charge Drew Peterson for his role in Stacy Peterson’s disappearance.
“We will convene a team of attorneys and start reviewing the case that we put on in 2010 regarding Stacy Peterson and troubleshoot it down to the nth degree… We have to be prepared to make sure that the witnesses can weather the storm,” said Glasgow.
Watch the video to see Glasgow explain to In Session’s Beth Karas why he won’t stop at just one conviction.
On Thursday, Peterson was convicted of first-degree murder for killing his third wife, Kathleen Savio.
Savio was found dead in 2004. Investigators first ruled it an accident, but the case was reopened in 2007 when Peterson’s fourth wife, Stacy Peterson, went missing. Investigators exhumed and re-examined Savio’s body and said her death was a homicide. Stacy’s whereabouts are still unknown.