Fox Lake officials pay for 2 independent investigations this week

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FOX LAKE, Ill. -- WGN Investigates has learned more about two independent investigations Fox Lake village officials paid for this week.

A bill obtained by WGN shows that Gold Shield Detective Agency charged the town $25,000 of work; 118 hours for investigating the now resigned police chief for how he handled a case where an officer allegedly abused a man in custody; and, 160 hours for a review of the police department's assets and equipment that Lt. Joe Gliniewicz was first asked to help inventory.

But Gliniewicz was killed the day after he was asked, so he never got to the job.

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