A day after Drew Peterson told a national television audience that he planned to marry his 24-year-old girlfriend, she returned his ring and moved out of his home.
Drew Peterson's 24-year-old fiancée has returned to him their engagement ring and this morning moved out of his Bolingbrook home, according to the woman's father.
Bolingbrook police were called to the home of the former Bolingbrook police sergeant about 10:30 a.m. to assist Christina Raines' move out.
In an interview that aired just a day earlier, Peterson, the 55-year-old former Bolingbrook police sergeant who is the sole suspect in the disappearance his of young wife Stacy, told ABC's "Nightline" that he was eager to marry the much-younger Raines.
From the AP:
Peterson is still legally married to his 24-year-old 4th wife. Stacy Peterson vanished last October, leaving two small children behind.
The death of Peterson's third wife, Kathleen Savio has been ruled a homicide. He has not been named as a suspect in her death.
Peterson told Nightline, his fiancee likes him a lot because he's a "good guy". And he says his 4th wife vanished because she left him for another man. Police however, suspect foul play.
Peterson says his fiancee likes him "a lot." She turned down a request for an on-camera interview.
Stacy Peterson disappeared in October 2007. Savio's body was found in an empty bathtub in her house in 2004.
In the "Nightline" interview, Peterson says Raines "likes me. She likes me a lot." Watch it:
Raines, who moved back into the apartment she had shared with a previous boyfriend, told the Tribune that she was on her way out before the "Nightline" interview, "I was leaving regardless!"