Campbell reflects on 2-year tenure as state's attorney
SYCAMORE – Clay Campbell will walk into the DeKalb County Courthouse today for the final time as DeKalb County State’s Attorney after a two-year tenure that included winning landmark cases and ruffling the feathers of those in power.
Campbell leaves office with unfinished business as William “Billy” Curl awaits trial for the October 2010 slaying of Northern Illinois University student Antinette “Toni” Keller and Patricia Schmidt faces charges of reckless homicide in the February 2011 vehicle crash that killed Maple Park resident Alexis Weber and Sycamore resident Timothy Getzelman.
But it is not missing out on participating in the trials of those crimes that pains Campbell most as he prepares to leave. It is the closure he will not be able to give to the victims’ family members he says he now considers friends.
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