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  1. chicoliving

    chicoliving Former Member

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    On Sunday, Ruttenberg, Stebic's father and two sisters will lead hundreds of friends and supporters in a march through Plainfield to mark her April 30, 2007, disappearance.

    The walk, which begins at 1 p.m. at the Village Green in Plainfield, is a fundraiser for the Joliet-based Guardian Angel Community Services. It is also a way to keep attention focused on the search for Stebic, said Ruttenberg. Stebic vanished while in the midst of a divorce from her husband, Craig, though the two still shared a home in Plainfield.

    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/heraldnews/news/917821,4_1_JO27_STEBIC_S3.article
     


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    chicoliving Former Member

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    April 29, 2007, was a brilliant Sunday, warm enough to sunbathe in the backyard.

    The day before Lisa Stebic disappeared, she did just that with her friend and neighbor, Laurrie Bingenheimer.

    While the women talked outside, their husbands talked inside. The Stebic kids skipped in and out of the house playing.

    Lisa and her husband Craig, who were living under the same roof while divorcing, were cordial but didn't say much to each other.

    Lisa, a petite brunette, wore a swimsuit that revealed a butterfly tattoo accented by her kids' names on her lower back. To her, the butterfly was a symbol of freedom and transformation.

    It was likely the first time Craig saw it.

    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/heraldnews/news/918374,4_1_JO27_STEBIC_S1.article
     
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    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/heraldnews/news/922679,4_1_JO30_AUTHOR_S1.article

    Author: Peterson, Stebic may fit 'eraser' profiles

    April 30, 2008

    By JANET LUNDQUIST jlundquist@scn1.com

    In her research of murders and mysterious disappearances of women, journalist Marilee Strong discovered a pattern.

    Men were killing their partners, not for money or jealousy, but because the women were no longer convenient. Their relationships had no history of violence, but the women either vanished without a trace or were victims of staged suicides or accidents.

    The men left behind are expert liars, she said. Manipulators who are hungry for attention.

    Strong calls them "eraser" killings. Her book on the topic, "Erased: Missing Women, Murdered Wives," hit bookstores in March.

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    In some circumstances, the missing or dead women never get justice, Strong said.

    "The most horrifying thing I've seen is there's a significant number of men who get away with it and go on to kill another partner or significant other," she said.

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    Threats Craig Stebic allegedly made toward his now-missing wife could be used against him in a pending grandparent visitation case.

    Lisa Stebic’s family has asked Craig about things he may have said in front of his children, including an alleged threat to “cut Lisa Stebic into pieces and no one would ever find her,” according to court documents.

    Or the time he allegedly said Lisa’s face “would be on the back of a milk carton someday.”

    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/heraldnews/news/941443,JO09_STEBIC_WEB.article
     
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    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/heraldnews/news/952371,JO15_stebic_web.article

    STEBIC CASE: Judge wants to cut to the chase on visitation


    May 15, 2008

    By JANET LUNDQUIST

    JOLIET &#8212; The judge presiding over the grandparent visitation case filed by Lisa Stebic&#8217;s parents wants to get to the heart of the matter -- grandparent visitation.

    "Let&#8217;s just get this case to issue, guys," Judge Robert Brumund said Thursday while addressing the attorneys for Lisa&#8217;s family and for her husband, Craig Stebic. "I know it&#8217;s hard on everyone, Mr. Stebic, the Ruttenbergs. The court wants to get this done."

    What was at issue Thursday was a list of questions Lisa&#8217;s family &#8212; her parents, Lawrence and Judith Ruttenberg, and grandparents, Milton and Charlotte Ruttenberg &#8212; want Craig to answer under oath as part of the proceeding.

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    Legally the Ruttenbergs are allowed to ask 30 questions &#8212; they listed 31. The Ruttenbergs&#8217; lawyer Timothy Daw agreed to withdraw question 31, which read, "Was your son held back from attending kindergarten to give him a chance to become more mature and during this time period did you begin to instruct your son on how to shoot a gun or guns."

    But Davi said he would likely object to the entire list, which includes some interrogatories that contain multiple questions.

    A hearing was set for May 27.
     
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    State police revoked Craig Stebic's firearm owner's identification card Wednesday following a request from Plainfield police Chief Don Bennett.

    "We feel it's in the best interest of the community, based on our investigation of the Lisa Stebic case," Bennett said. "We had the opportunity to view some conduct of Mr. Stebic and, based on numerous things, we felt that it was in our best interest to revoke his FOID card."

    http://cbs2chicago.com/westsuburbanbureau/craig.stebic.FOID.2.731011.html
     
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    Craig Stebic’s lawyer Friday questioned the timing of a police move this week to revoke Stebic’s firearm owner identification card.

    Craig and his attorney George Lenard are due in Will County Court June 24 on their petition asking police to return 24 guns taken from Craig’s house with a search warrant in May 2007.

    Lenard said he believed the court would eventually give Craig his guns back — but not now.

    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/heraldnews/news/967458,JO23_STEBIC_WEB.article
     
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    New accusations are surfacing against Craig Stebic Friday.

    His wife is missing and now her family says the children have been exposed to alcohol, drugs, even guns. CBS 2's chief correspondent Jay Levine reports on court documents filed Friday.

    The search for Lisa Stebic is now in its second year. The Naperville mother of two disappeared a year ago April. Her husband Craig, already labeled a person of interest, is now being charged with trying to turn the couples' two children against their grandparents, Lawrence and Judith Ruttenberg, refusing to allow them to visit -- even returning their cards and gifts unopened.

    http://cbs2chicago.com/local/craig.stebic.lisa.2.731816.html
     
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    A looming legal battle to determine whether Lisa Stebic's relatives can visit her young children was averted today when her estranged husband offered to settle the dispute outside the courtroom.

    No terms were disclosed, but attorneys on both sides confirmed a settlement offer was made on behalf of Craig Stebic that would allow relatives of his missing wife to see the couple's two young children.

    "Hopefully we'll have a agreement," said attorney Dion Davi, who represents Craig Stebic in the visitation battle.

    http://www.suntimes.com/news/metro/972290,stebic052708.article
     
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    The younger sister of missing Plainfield mom Lisa Stebic testified Thursday before a special grand jury investigating Stebic’s disappearance.

    Jamie Bouma declined to comment on her testimony as she left the county building in downtown Joliet. She said it was her first time testifying before the grand jury, which was convened late last year.

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    Lisa Stebic's Parents, Craig Stebic At Impasse

    Lisa Stebic's parents will have to wait a little longer to see their grandkids.

    Lawyers for both sides of a grandparent visitation case said Tuesday in Will County Circuit Court they have not reached an agreement on visits with the Stebic children.

    "I was looking forward to hopefully a settlement today," said Judge Robert Brumund. He set the case for a hearing on July 3.

    http://cbs2chicago.com/local/stebic.grandchildren.visitation.2.744969.html
     
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    Over the last year, hundreds of people have combed farm fields and forest preserves searching unsuccessfully for missing Plainfield mom Lisa Stebic.

    And since traditional detective work has failed to turn up any promising leads on her whereabouts, Plainfield police are taking a decidedly nontraditional approach.

    For about two months, investigators have been working with a psychic detective to find Lisa Stebic.

    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/heraldnews/news/1013634,4_1_JO19_STEBIC_S1.article
     
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    A Will County judge has decided to return weapons seized from a suburban Chicago man whose wife has been missing for more than a year.

    But Judge Richard Schoenstedt on Tuesday said Craig Stebic first needs to find someone with a valid firearm owner's ID card to receive the 24 guns.
    Illinois State Police revoked Stebic's gun card last month.

    The judge says a seized pickup truck will stay with police investigating Lisa Stebic's disappearance for now.

    http://abclocal.go.com/wls/story?section=news/local&id=6224859
     
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    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/chi-amy-jacobson-suit-web-jul08,0,7303618.story

    Fired TV reporter Amy Jacobson sues CBS for airing tape of her visit to Stebic home

    By Ray Quintanilla | Chicago Tribune reporter

    6:32 PM CDT, July 7, 2008

    Former television reporter Amy Jacobson and her husband, Jaime Anglada, filed suit in Cook County Circuit Court on Monday seeking more than $1 million in damages from CBS Broadcasting Inc. and several employees for airing a video of her last year at the home of Craig Stebic, the husband of a missing Plainfield woman.


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    Stebic's family returns to TV to help others

    By Janet Lundquist, Sun-Times News Group
    When Plainfield mom Lisa Stebic disappeared in April 2007, her family had a Web site up with vital information a couple of days later.

    One week later, they were being interviewed about her case on national news programs.

    With the help of a family friend who worked as a TV news producer, Stebic's family successfully coordinated a media campaign that kept her case in the public eye for more than a year.

    Now, they're sharing their knowledge with the world in a segment to be featured next month on Fox TV's "America's Most Wanted" program. A segment called "Making Noise" will give families of missing people suggestions on how to keep their cases in the headlines. It will feature Stebic's cousin Melanie Greenberg and the story of Stebic's disappearance.

    The Sept. 13 program also will include the family of missing Bolingbrook woman Stacy Peterson, who vanished Oct. 28 and whose case has received national media attention as well.

    <<<<<<<<<<full article at link>>>>>>>>>>>>

    http://www.southtownstar.com/news/1120719,082208amwstebic.article
     
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    Craig Stebic to get back seized truck, judge rules; friend set to hold his 24 firearms

    Tribune staff report
    1:30 PM CDT, September 5, 2008



    Craig Stebic will get back his truck that Plainfield police seized last year in their investigation into the disappearance of his wife, Lisa, a Will County judge ruled Friday. Stebic's firearms, which also were taken in May, will be handed over to a friend.

    Judge Richard Schoenstedt said police must return Stebic's Chevrolet S-10 by Monday. Stebic's 24 firearms will be turned over to his friend Marco Aguilera Jr., who has a valid firearm owner's ID card. Illinois State Police have revoked Stebic's card.

    <<<<<<<full article at link>>>>>>>>

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/chi-stebic_websep06,0,6281234.story
     
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    Lisa's parents fight for a second visit

    September 8, 2008Recommend

    By JANET LUNDQUIST The Herald News


    JOLIET -- Scheduling visits between Lisa Stebic's parents and her children isn't going so well.

    In July, the parties reached an agreement on a petition that was filed by the missing Plainfield mom's parents and grandparents - Lawrence and Judith Ruttenberg and Milton and Charlotte Ruttenberg - in November seeking visits with the two Stebic kids.

    Communication between the Ruttenbergs and Lisa's husband, Craig Stebic, apparently broke down after an initial visit this summer.

    Lawyers were in court Friday for a status hearing, where they scheduled a meeting with Judge Robert Brumund for Sept. 12.

    <<<<<<<<<<full article at link>>>>>>>>>>>


    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/napervillesun/news/1150306,6_1_NA08_STEBIC_S2.article
     

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