ROUND LAKE BEACH, Ill. (AP) ' The latest developments in the investigation into the shooting death of an Illinois police officer in August. (All times local):10:25 a.m.Authorities say an Illinois police officer who killed himself in what they say was an elaborately staged suicide embezzled money from a police program for seven years.Lake County Major Crimes Task Force Commander George Filenko led the investigation into the Sept. 1 shooting death of Fox Lake police Lieutenant Charles Joseph Gliniewicz.Filenko said Wednesday that Gliniewicz had been stealing and laundering money from the Fox Lake police explorers club, which he oversaw. He says Gliniewicz spent thousands of dollars of the money to pay for personal purchases, mortgage payments and travel, among other things.On the day he died, Gliniewicz radioed that he was chasing three suspicious men. His death led to a large manhunt, but no arrests were made.___10:05 a.m.Authorities say an Illinois police officer whose fatal shooting this summer led to a large manhunt carefully staged his own death after committing criminal acts.Lake County investigators announced their findings Wednesday into the Sept. 1 shooting death of Fox Lake police Lieutenant Charles Joseph Gliniewicz.___8:10 a.m.An official briefed on the two-month investigation into the shooting death of an Illinois police officer has told The Associated Press that authorities are going to announce that he killed himself.The death of Fox Lake Police Lt. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz in September triggered a massive manhunt and an outpouring of grief in the quiet town and surrounding communities.Shortly before his death, Gliniewicz radioed dispatchers that he was pursuing three suspicious men, but speculation about a possible suicide mounted as investigators struggled to find solid leads.The official who spoke to the AP about the impending announcement insisted on anonymity because he isn't authorized to brief the media.The Lake County Sheriff's Office said only that the Wednesday morning news conference will reveal "conclusive results" of the investigation. A sheriff's office spokesman refused to provide details ahead of the announcement.___Reporting by Associated Press writer Don Babwin in Chicago.Join the conversation about this story Click here to read full news..