Administrative Division

Ken Grey is State’s Attorney Glasgow’s Chief Deputy State’s Attorney. He is the top administrator under the state’s attorney and serves as the office’s second in command. He is responsible for the supervision of all divisions and operations in the Will County State’s Attorney’s Office.


Lisa Morel Las is the Executive Director of the Will County Children’s Advocacy Center, which is responsible for protecting children who have been sexually or physically abused. The center is a not-for-profit agency established by State’s Attorney Glasgow in 1995. The center’s trained staff interviews children in cases involving allegations of sexual and or physical abuse. The forensic interviewers record the children’s statements in a non-suggestive, non-threatening environment. These statements have been used in the successful prosecution of hundreds of sexual predators in Will County.


Felinda Holmes is the Director of Information Technology for the Will County State’s Attorney’s Office. Gus Martinucci is the Microcomputer Assistant. They are responsible for maintaining the office’s increasingly sophisticated network of computers and Information Technology services.


Charles B. Pelkie is the Director of Public Affairs. As the press secretary for State’s Attorney Glasgow and the Will County State’s Attorney’s Office, he responds to all media queries. In addition, he supervises the development and distribution of news releases and other public materials released by the State’s Attorney’s Office.


Nichole Pasteris is the Executive Director of Victim/Witness Services. She is responsible for supervising a team of advocates who assist crime victims through the criminal justice process.


Julie McCabe-Sterr is the Coordinator of the Will County Adult and Juvenile Drug Courts.  McCabe-Sterr coordinates a team of professionals whose mission is to break the cycle of addiction that drives the criminal behavior of non-violent offenders and reintegrate them into society as productive members of the community.


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Cache, a 2-year-old black Labrador working in Will County, is the only high-tech police dog in the Chicago area. (WLS)