1.How did Sycamore’s city manager Brian Gregory find out about Glenn Therialt’s self-destruction that night?

2.  Will other officers from the Sycamore Police Department come forward with more information now that retaliation by their former Chief is unlikely?  Apparently Theriault was not well-liked. (I wonder why?)

3.  Will Elgin Police Sgt. Mark Whaley have his license suspended as required by law for anyone who refuses a field-sobriety test?  If not, I imagine everyone arrested for DUI in northern Illinois will now be citing “The Whaley Clause” reciting the words “I don’t wanna take any tests!”

I also heard form sources last week that the investigation by Sycamore PD into Glenn Theriault’s self-destruction, was itself, suspended.  This was substantiated today with their response for more information when they simply denied the request.  Why would they do that?  Here’s why….

Theriault has already caused this little city more grief than he’s worth, but if nothing else becomes of this, nothing will happen to Elgin Police Sergeant Mark Whaley, and he’s basically responsible for the entire ordeal.

According to the Daily Herald’s June 6th story, Elgin Police Chief Jeff Swoboda said “Any actions taken that night by Theriault were outside Elgin’s jurisdiction”.  While true, the calls to EPD’s Cmdr. Colin Fleury in the early hours of April 8th, suggest while “it was outside Elgin’s jurisdiction”, it apparently wasn’t outside Elgin’s Police Department’s influence.  Whaley had already been booked for DUI and was then “un-arrested”.  Also, anyone who operates a motor vehicle on any road in this state has consented to testing of his blood, breath, or urine. Anyone who fails such testing, or refuses it altogether, will have his license suspended according to Illinois Law.

Elgin Police Deputy Chief Bill Wolf later in that same DH article said this key phrase:

Elgin police launched a formal investigation — meaning Whaley could receive three or more days’ suspension. They hope to receive Sycamore’s investigation report before making a determination.”

But……if in fact, the investigation was suspended in Sycamore, there will be no “report” or findings to make that decision by.  They will have succeeded once again (Remember Elgin Police Officer Phil Brown’s DUI?), in making a DUI charge against a police officer, disappear.

::::::::::::::::::::::::::POOOOOOOOOF!!!:::::::::::::::::::

It’s like….magic.