We could know more next week about the investigation into St. Joseph County Metro Homicide Unit Commander Tim Corbett.
The Metro Homicide Executive Board met Friday morning.
The prosecutor hired an independent investigator to look into the complaint from South Bend officer Jack Stilp. He claims Metro Homicide commander Tim Corbett threatened him over the phone, possibly regarding a federal investigation into illegal telephone recordings at the South Bend Police Department.
Those recordings led to the demotion of the police chief Darryl Boykins and the firing of the department's communications manager Karen Depaepe.
Depape claims the tapes contain racist comments.
David Steele is a former FBI agent handling the investigation. He says he turned over his report to the prosecutor, who was expected to present it to the board this morning.
The prosecutor's office said the board decided to meet again next Wednesday to make a decision on the matter.
Prosecutor Michael Dvorak, has said the board will take whatever action toward Corbett that is deemed appropriate based on the results of the probe.