The second of two Peoria Police officers, indicted last year for their role in the investigation of an accident, was sentenced Friday. Former Patrol Sergeant Richard Glover, who pleaded guilty to attempted obstruction of justice was given two years probation. He and former Vice officer John Couve were each charged in connection with the probe of a July 2012 accident. Police reports show an unmarked car, assigned to Couve, was involved in a crash on North Hale, causing a large power outage. Glover was the first officer to respond and wrote the accident report which allegedly claimed the vehicle had been stolen. Couve retired earlier this year and was sentenced to 90 days in jail.
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