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[Stacy Peterson]Stacy Ann Peterson Missing Sunday, October 28, 2007 - Bolingbrook, Illinois

Age: 23, Mother of two children ages 2 and 4 years old, adopted step-mother of two children, ages 12 and 14 years, lives at 6 Pheasant Chase Court, Bolingbrook, (Will County), Illinois, wife of former Bolingbrook Police Sergeant Drew Peterson, Bolingbrook Police Department - CALL *Illinois State Police District 5 Tip Line 815-740-0678*
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Stacy Peterson Case - The Alex J. Morelli Files
Bolingbrook Police Officer and Drew Peterson's former partner
Witnessed on the March 2, 1997 WILL of Kathleen Savio


Timeline Reference Comment -- Timeline Information of Found Materials
November 14, 2007
2007-11-14 Media Reports Grand Jury
ILL - Paul Peterson (Drew Peterson's brother) appeared before Grand Jury
- Bolingbrook Police Officer Alex Morelli appeared before Grand Jury
- Steve Carcerano (Found Kathleen Savio's body) subpoenaed to testify but told to come back
- Scott Rossetto (Twin brother of Stacy's 2001 boyfriend Keith) testified before Grand Jury
January 15, 2008
The "children" that were listed in Kathleen's will when she died in 2004 were Eric Drew Peterson, Stephen Paul Peterson, Thomas Drew Peterson, and Kristopher Donald Peterson.
2008-01-15 myfoxchicago.com
January 15, 2008
James B. Carroll
Alex J. Morelli
Gary L. Marcolina

THE WILL 03/02/1997
FULL Transcipt HERE

The 03/02/1997 WILL was hand written by Drew Peterson

CRAIG WALL: "Now that long forgotten Will, evidence in the investigation."

Alex Morelli, Drew's former partner in the BBPD says he wants nothing more to do with Peterson
Gary Marcolina, Drew's best man at his wedding refused to talk to the media
Drew's Uncle, James B. Carrol declined to comment
IL 01/15/2008 Craig Wall (www.myfoxchicago.com) reporting FOX NEWS EXCLUSIVE (VIDEO):
"Drew Peterson's Will With Kathleen Savio Subpoenaed by Grand Jury"

CRAIG WALL: "The date of the WILL, March 2, 1997, nearly seven years later almost to the day Kathleen Savio would be found dead in her bathtub. That simple handwritten statement would become her Last Will and Testament." - "It had been a bitter divorce. Her husband was in the middle of an adulteress affair with 19 year old Stacy Peterson and while Kathleen remembered to change the beneficiaries on her life insurance there was still that WILL." - "So despite the divorce, Drew Peterson got all her furniture, jewelry and the money from the sale of the home, about $288,000 thousand dollars. He was also named guardian of the children's million dollar trust fund." - "But take a close look at the will."
DREW PETERSON: "There really wasn't nothing sinister about it, just something simple if something happen if we were on vacation." - "I wrote up the WILL with Kathleen's instructions and we simply had a couple friends that were over to witness it and that was that simple."

CRAIG WALL: "Those friends turned out to be Peterson's former partners in the Bolingbrook Police Department and according to the Savio family, Drew's best man at their wedding. Alex Morelli, Drew's former partner says he wants nothing more to do with Drew and has nothing positive to say about him. He said Drew has turned his world upside down. Best man, Gary Marcolina took off when we tied to talk to him. The old Will names James B. Carrol, Drew’s Uncle, names him executor and gives him full control. He confirmed the account that he was going on vacation but declined to comment further. Once the Will was admitted into court, Carrol promptly fired Kathleen's attorney and discharged another lawyer appointed by the court to watch out for the best interest of the children. So Mr. Carrol had an obligation not to be looking out for Drew but to look out for Kathleen."
CRAIG WALL: "So who does it appear the executor was looking out for in this case?"
KAREN CONTI (Attorney reviewed probate in Savio's estate for Fox News): "Drew Peterson"
January 25, 2008
2008-01-25 www.suntimes.com
January 25, 2008
James B. Carroll
Alex J. Morelli
Gary L. Marcolina
[The WILL]

THE WILL 03/02/1997
FULL Transcipt HERE

The 03/02/1997 WILL was hand written by Drew Peterson

Investigators have been interested in the WILL since 12/19/2007
If the WILL was filed 15 days after Savio's death 03/01/2004 then why did it take until 03/23/2005 for Morelli and Marcolina to testify in court that Kathleen and Drew signed the will?
IL "Questions are also being raised about a two-page handwritten will signed by Savio and Drew Peterson that's dated March 2, 1997. The document was taken into evidence by investigators Dec. 19, court records indicate. One of the two witnesses who signed the will, Bolingbrook police officer Alex J. Morelli, has appeared before a Will County grand jury hearing evidence about Savio's death. Attempts to reach Morelli and the other witness, Gary L. Marcolina, were unsuccessful. In a recent interview, Peterson, 53, said there is nothing wrong with the will, which was filed 15 days after Savio was found dead on March 1, 2004. "We just tucked it away, and I found it after she died," Peterson said of the will. "There's nothing sinister and out-of-line about it. Everything was done proper."
"At the time she died, Savio, 40, was in a court battle with Peterson over proceeds from the sale of a tavern they'd owned. Peterson, she claimed, had kept all the money from that sale. The will named Peterson's uncle James B. Carroll executor of Savio's estate.
Carroll went on to award Peterson control of virtually all of Savio's assets -- even though Peterson and Savio had divorced. "The actions of the Executor were not in the best interest of the Estate or its beneficiaries," wrote Richard J. Kavanagh, the court-appointed administrator for Savio's estate."
Kavanagh was involved in the case because no one from Savio's family formally volunteered to represent the estate in court. He called the will a "purported will" in court papers. "My concern is that this is a handwritten will that just popped up after she died," Kavanagh said this week. "It gives you the sense that it's something that's concocted." A judge, however, accepted the will because Marcolina and Morelli testified in court March 23, 2005, that they witnessed Savio and Peterson signing the document, Kavanagh said. Peterson dismissed Kavanagh's concerns and asserted that the lawyer is angry that he couldn't notch a hefty sum in legal fees off Savio's case."

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