Internal Memo from Andy Zinke and Keith Nygren about Greg Pyle’s Original Arrest Revealed

Someone is sending me anonymous letters with bits on information on the McHenry County Sheriff’s Department. One, for instance, said that Undersheriff Andy Zinke was bitten by his dog when he was a K-9 officer.  I filed a Freedom of … Continue reading

Zane Seipler Says Greg Pyle Used an Email Address in FBI Affidavit for Harrassment

From a comment under the article about the FBI Agent’s affidavit that lead the McHenry County Sheriff Sergeant Greg Pyle’s arrest: [email protected] That is one of the e-mails that Pyle used to send me threats and meaningless rantings when he … Continue reading

Evidence That Judge Might Consider When Sentencing Former McHenry County Sheriff’s Sgt. Greg Pyle

A funny thing happened in Rockford’s Federal Courthouse Friday. That was the day I went over to cover the plea bargain of former McHenry County Sgt. Greg Pyle.  (You can read the story here.) After the trial, I discovered that … Continue reading

Greg Pyle’s Plea Agreement on One Count of Sex with a Person Less Than 12 Years Old

Today former McHenry County Sheriff’s Department Sergeant Greg Pyle pled guilty to one count of having sex with a person less than twelve years old. The story about what happened in court is here. Pyle signed the following plea agreement … Continue reading

Former McHenry County Sheriff’s Department Sgt. Greg Pyle Pleads Guilty to One Count of One Count of Sex with a Person Less than 12 Years Old

Federal Judge Frederick Kapala accepted a plea of guilty from former McHenry County Sheriff’s Department Sergeant Gregory Pyle to a charge of crossing a state line with the intent to engage in a sexual act with a person who had … Continue reading

Ailing Attorney Postpones Former McHenry County Sheriff’s Sergeant Greg Pyle’s Plea Agreement

Today former McHenry County Sheriff’s Sergeant Greg Pyle was in the Rockford Federal Courtroom of Frederick Kapala A week ago, his lawyer showed, but Pyle didn’t. His attorney announced that a plea agreement was in the works. The Judge allowed … Continue reading