Everyone is going to have a field day with this. There is so much testimony contradicting this. Perhaps this is what he is going with so he can convince young girls he is innocent so he can still get sex while he is free. http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/heraldnews/news/1204601,4_1_JO06_DREWTIMELINE_S1.article DREW'S TIMELINE In the new book "Drew Peterson Exposed," the former Bolingbrook cop for the first time provides his own detailed account of his actions Oct. 28 -- the day his fourth wife, Stacy Peterson, disappeared: 5:30-6 a.m.: Came home from Bolingbrook Police Department, talked to Stacy, who said she was going to visit her grandfather, and went to sleep. 10-10:30 a.m. (or 11 a.m.): Awakened by children, Stacy gone and kids home. Noon-1 p.m.: At home with kids. 1-1 :30 p.m.: Children at home (Tom and Kris watch Anthony and Lacy), runs errands. 2 p.m.: Calls Bolingbrook police to take the night off. (He was retiring in December and had sick time to use or lose.) 3: 15 p.m: Tom, his 14-year-old son, is picked up by friends for a band concert. 6 p.m.: Takes Kris, Anthony and Lacy to McDonald's. They have dinner and play at the playground at McDonald's. 7 :30 p.m.: Returns home with Kris, Anthony and Lacy. 8 p.m.: Tom gets home from band concert. 9 p.m.: At home, receives call from Stacy that she found someone and is leaving. 9: 15 p.m.: Leaves home to go and look for Stacy. 11-11: 30 p.m.: Returns home and gets call from Stacy's sister, Cassandra Cales while still in the driveway. Tells her Stacy called and said she left with another man and took her passport, money and clothes. 11: 45 p.m.: Walks and gets Stacy's car and drives it home. Midnight: Gets home and goes to bed. Around 2:30 a.m.: Gets call from Bolingbrook police telling him Cassandra Cales is filing a missing-persons report regarding Stacy. Vaguely recalls getting another call, maybe from Cassandra's friend Bruce Zidrach. (Very tired and does not have a clear recollection of call).