Gooch referred questions about criminal proceedings to another attorney representing the former highway commissioner: Edward Donahue. Donahue could not be reached for comment on Tuesday.
Gasser and Hanlon declined to comment on the pending lawsuits or answer questions about the grand jury probe.
"Go pound sand," Hanlon said.
This summer, McHenry County State’s Attorney Patrick Kenneally sent subpoenas seeking financial records to Gasser, Lukasik and Algonquin Township Supervisor Charles Lutzow, according to multiple sources close to the probe.
The subpoenas sought financial statements, receipts and billing documents presented to the highway commissioner during a portion of Bob Miller's tenure inside the road district, according to documents reviewed by the Northwest Herald.
Kenneally said he could not comment on pending grand jury proceedings.
Illinois State Police investigators were asked to collect the documents from Algonquin Township officials, according to sources close to the probe.
In a records room inside Algonquin Township, a Northwest Herald reporter observed several banker boxes filled with financial documents labeled as being for the Illinois State Police.
Lutzow and Lukasik declined to comment for this story.