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Steve Carcerano, neighbor: We got introduced to them. And he came over to the house and he told me directly if I ever need anything in his garage, a lawn mower or a tool, anything -- his garage is always open to us. Steve Carcerano: Drew's a very happy person. He is a jokester. He'd kid around a lot. Great with his. And a good person. Steve Carcerano: My first impression of Drew and Kathy was a happy couple when they first moved there.
Drew Peterson: Another policeman's wife fixed us up. She was a lot of fun. We did things we liked. We went to shows and stuff. Kathy was in her late twenties, working as an ant. She told her sister Sue Doman that the Bolingbrook police officer was a great guy. Hoda Kotb, Dateline correspondent: There's something about a police officer, I think, that makes your average girl feel safe.
Sue Doman: He was funny. He talked-- you know, he would joke around, got along with everybody. Went out of his way to meet people. She was very impressed by that. And when Sue met her sister's new boyfriend, she was very impressed too -- which seemed to be just what he wanted. Sue Doman: He was going out of his way to impress us. Hoda Kotb: How? Sue Doman: "Hey, how're you doing'?
Is there anything I can do? Do you need anything? Just a very happy person, joking around. Drew Peterson: I think she was lying in bed one day. And I just crawled in with her and I put a ring on her hand. And she just came up and she said, "Wow. I want to have a family. And I really love him. And he's really good, and he can provide very well for me.
Sue Doman: I was happy for her. Because she just-- you know, she's my baby sister, I wanted the best for her. Kathy and Drew were married in Two sons followed. By the time the family Divorced Bolingbrook guy seeking black female for dating here, both boys were in school. But by then Drew says, there were strains in the marriage. Drew Peterson: Our relationship started deteriorating. She was more-- she was easy-- easily agitated and more demanding. Hoda Kotb: When you say "easily agitated," what do you mean?
Drew Peterson: She would snap quickly. Sue Doman: He would call her names. Hoda Kotb: What kind of names? Sue Doman: He would-- horrible, swearing names. She needed to do anything to make herself look better because she was looking horrible. Sue says there was violence, too.
She says Kathy told her she was beaten. Hospital records show Kathy landed in an emergency room on one occasion and the records reflect the story Kathy told her sister. Sue Doman: He took her head and took her hair, she had long hair, and he beat her against a wooden table. He was angry at her. Hoda Kotb: What kind of injuries did she sustain? Sue Doman: She had a laceration on her head. She became dazed. She had black and blue marks all over her. In lateKathy received an anonymous letter that shattered her world.
It said her husband was having an affair with a teenager. Kathy would soon discover the teen was Stacy. Sue Doman happened to call her sister right after Kathy confronted Drew. Sue Doman: I heard yelling. He said, "Hang up on that bitch.
He was chasing me with a stick. Someone from the police department said I was the laughing stock of the town. And he said it wasn't true. But it was true. Kathy did file for an order of protection from her husband some months later. Hoda Kotb: There was a quote in it. And the quote from your sister was, "He wants me dead.
Hoda Kotb: She feared for her life. Sue Doman: Yes, she did. Hoda Kotb: She thought that Drew was going to kill her. Sue Doman: She knew he was going to. Hoda Kotb: She knew? Sue Doman: She knew. After Kathy Peterson received an anonymous letter in late telling her about Drew's affair with Stacy, she filed for divorce.
Sue Doman: She was sad because she was losing her husband. But she was happy in a roundabout way because now she was able to live her life, be free. Not be battered, not be mentally abused. That spring, Drew moved into a house with Stacy a few blocks away. He and Kathy were still arguing fiercely.
His friend and former neighbor Steve Carcerano saw a couple of ugly spats. Steve Carcerano: Kathy was always angry with Drew when Stacy came into play.
She would be complaining about the age thing a lot. And you know, I even pulled her aside a couple of times and said "It doesn't really matter about the age Kathy, whether she's 18 or whether she's 28 or You know he found somebody else. Some were custody disputes. Twice Kathy was charged with battery -- and twice she was found not guilty.Divorced Bolingbrook guy seeking black female for dating
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