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Police chief and other investigators take the stand in Mackowiak trial

Posted by wlpo on February 15, 2012

Day seven of testimony in the Keith Mackoiwak murder trial is focusing on hard evidence.

Seneca Police Chief Ray Meglan testified Wednesday that on July 17th he went to Mt. Calvary Cemetery and found a black leather glove that was discovered the day before by his wife and daughters who were out walking.  Prosecutors think its one of the gloves Mackowiak used to murder Al and Catherine Twardowski.  Investigator Mark Greene testified he found the other black glove in a garbage bag that a woman had in Ottawa.  He didn’t explain why the bag was in Ottawa.

Fellow La Salle County investigator William Crouch then testified about watching an interview July 16th where Mackowiak said where to find a hammer plus the I.D., wallet and shirt of Al Twardowski.  Crouch and other investigators say they found all those things where Mackowiak said they would be.

Testimony from an Illinois State Police Crime Scene Investigator was also heard.

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