Mike Heine/The Week
(Published March 30, 2007, 1:38 p.m.)
After missing seven workdays, Walworth County Assistant District Attorney Dennis Krueger is back in his office.
He was out of the office since March 19 for what was then "personal reasons," according to District Attorney Phil Koss.
On Wednesday, when Krueger returned to work, Koss said the absence was for medical reasons related. He would not elaborate.
Krueger declined to comment.
Krueger, an assistant prosecutor under Koss since August 2003, is in the midst of a civil case in U.S. District Court. Krueger wrote an affidavit that supported a businessman's claims that now-retired Whitewater Investigator Larry P. Meyer took and destroyed evidence taken during a search warrant execution.
Koss reiterated Wednesday that Krueger's absence had no relation to his writing the affidavit