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Drug unit doesn't plan changes to informant policies

Detective resigns following revelations of sexual relationship

9:43 PM, Jan. 15, 2013
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Authorities said no changes are planned in how confidential informants are supervised following the resignation of a detective assigned to a drug unit after revelations of his sexual relationship with an informant threatened to disrupt a major drug trial.

Greg Weitz, a former Winnebago County Sheriff's Detective assigned as a drug investigator with the Lake Winnebago Area Metropolitan Enforcement Group, had sex with a confidential informant in July 2012.

The relationship first came to light during a week-long jury trial for Lord Wilson, 28, in September. Wilson was being tried for ...

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