A year ago, former McHenry County Sheriff’s Sergeant Greg Pyle was indicted by the U.S. Attorney for
- one count of sex with a person less than 12 years old
- two counts of sexual exploitation of children
That Pyle has decided to cut a deal with the Feds was reported first on McHenry County Blog.
That was on October 16th.
Today more than a representative from this publication will be in his Rockford courtroom.
Here are articles that McHenry County Blog has run on Greg Pyle that you might find of interest:
- 1-8-12 The Deputy Sheriff Greg Pyle Story Unfolds – 10 Counts of Predatory Criminal Sexual Assault
- 1-8-12 Chicago Media Jump on Greg Pyle Story
- 1-9-12 Headlines Keep Getting Worse for the McHenry County Sheriff’s Department
- 1-9-12 The Warrant for McHenry County Deputy Sheriff Greg Pyle’s Arrest for Predatory Criminal Sexual Assault
- 1-9-12 Greg Pyle No Longer on Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force
- 1-10-13 Police at McHenry County Deputy Sheriff Greg Pyle’s Home
- 1-13-12 Sheriff’s Department Finally Sends Greg Pyle’s Booking Photo
- 2-6-13 Greg Pyle’s Crystal Lake Residence For Sale
- 2-23-13 Greg Pyle Indicted on Ten Counts of Criminal Sexual Assault of a Child
- 3-9-12 Greg Pyle Still on Sheriff’s Department Payroll
- 3-12-13 A Way the County Board Could Save a Little Cash
- 6-15-12 Reporter Lawrence Synett Lands on His Feet with Northwest Herald Greg Pyle Salary Story
- 8-15-12 The Federal Complaint against McHenry County Sheriff’s Department Sgt. Greg Pyle
- 8-15-12 The Justice Department Press Release about Greg Pyle’s Arrest
- 8-7-13 Greg Pyle Not Granted Bail on Federal Charges
- 8-22-12 McHenry County Sheriff’s Recruit Explains Why Greg Pyle Quit
- 9-5-13 Feds Indict Former McHenry County Sheriff’s Deputy Greg Pyle
- 9-27-13 Greg Pyle Spotted in Federal Court
- 10-1-13 Greg Pyle’s Court Appearance Postponed for a Week
- 10-16-13 Greg Pyle Cutting Deal with Feds
- 12-16-13 Greg Pyle’s Plea Agreement Date Rolled Over Again
After Pyle pleads guilty today in Rockford, his case will be continued for approximately six weeks for a sentencing hearing in Federal Court.
After he is sentenced there, he will be sent to Mchenry for prosecution here in McHenry County court.
It is still undetermined, if convicted here, as well as In Federal court, where he will begin his sentence and in which penitentiary, Federal or state