FOX LAKE, Ill. -- (WGN) -- There are several new developments in the investigation into the death of Fox Lake Police Lieutenant Joe Gliniewicz.
The lead investigator revealed on Thursday the fallen officer was shot twice with his own weapon, and there were signs of a struggle at the scene. The first shot knocked him out, and the second one is believed to have killed him. No word, though, on how the gun went off.
Authorities also disclosed they have recovered nine pieces of unknown DNA from the scene. One of those samples has already been confirmed as belonging to a male.
They also believe Gliniewicz was at the scene 20 minutes before he radioed that he saw three men, two white and one black.