Glasgow said he was on the phone praying with the Rev. Neil Schori, Stacy's pastor, shortly before verdict came in.

Schori provided key prosecution testimony during the trial. He testified that Stacy told him Peterson came home late one night wearing all black and carrying a bag of women's clothing that were not hers. Prosecutors say that was around the time Savio was killed.

4 p.m. 'Great deal of solemnity'

Here's the complete statement from jurors after reaching a guilty verdict:

“We have taken the responsibility bestowed on us by the court with a great deal of solemnity and diligence. After much deliberation, we have reached a decision we believe is just.”

3:55 p.m. Defense team booed

Drew Peterson's attorneys were booed as they approached microphones to speak with reporters.

"Thank you," said attorney Joseph Lopez.

Another Peterson attorney, Joel Brodsky, said "a conviction is the first step in a successful appeal."

3:50 p.m. Jurors say they reached 'just'' verdict

Jurors released a statement saying "after much deliberation we have reached a decision we believe is just."

3:45 p.m. Lawyer says verdict will be appealed

An attorney for Drew Peterson said the defense team will appeal the conviction.

Attorney Ralph Meczyk said the defense raised reasonable doubt in the case. He said Peterson was sad, but didn't say much after the guilty verdict was read.

Sentencing has been set for Nov. 26.

3:40 p.m. Crowd mocks defense lawyers

As the defense team spoke to reporters, a crowd gathered along the street behind the cameras and mocked them.

"Losers," they shouted. "Go home. Get out of Will County!"

3:35 p.m. Jurors have left courthouse

Will County Sheriff Paul J. Kaupas said jurors have left the courthouse, but they will have a prepared statement read to reporters by sheriff's official.