Fotis Dulos, a missing mother, Jennifer Dulos’ estranged husband, faces judge

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Fotis Dulos, is set to appear in court to be questioned as to why he wasn’t properly charge his GPS monitoring device while on bond.

Fotis Dulos, the estranged husband of the World is missing, a Connecticut mother of five, Jennifer Dulos, and is scheduled to appear before the court on Monday, where he is expected to answer to reports that he is not, he is a court-ordered GPS monitoring device has been fully charged.

The real estate developer, and his girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, were both arrested for the second time in the last month, on charges such as tampering with or fabricating physical evidence, after the researchers have outlined a more detailed timeline of the events leading to claims that a few of the discarded items that were found to have blood on them, came back with a positive DNA match for the Dulos’ estranged wife.

Dulos’ attorney, Norm Pattis, said to be said to Judge John Blawie had concerns about the probation report that he had not the charge of the battery in the ankle are good. Pattis, do not immediately react to Fox News’ request for comment.


Probation officials said that the charge in the battery is reduced to less than 25 per cent to several times, WVIT-TV reported.

Jennifer Dulos, 50, was last seen on the 24th of May, after dropping out of it and Fotis Dulos, five of the children off at school.
(Carrie Luft, on Behalf of the Family and Friends of Jack Farber Dulos)

Jennifer Dulos, 50, from the wealthy suburb of New Canaan, was last seen on the 24th of May, after dropping out of it and Fotis Dulos, five of the children off at school. She was in the middle of a bitter divorce, child custody, and visitation from the judicial proceedings which have for their children, three boys and two girls, ranging in age from 8 to 13.

The police said they found traces of her blood in her home, the items in the trash bags, which, the researchers claimed, her estranged husband is thrown away, and the seat of a pick-up truck that they said he was riding the day she disappeared.

An arrest warrant released earlier this month and unveiled to the supply of evidence the police collected in the case, including the surveillance video that shows Fotis Dulos, in Written the removal of the rubbish, the traffic and the school bus video of him driving a pick-up truck to go to New Canaan on the morning she is gone, and the surveillance video of him getting his truck washed and detailed, the days after she disappeared.

Fotis Dulos, 52, and Troconis, have pleaded not guilty to the tampering and hindering charges, both of which have been released on bail. Dulos, denies any involvement in his estranged wife’s disappearance, and in an interview that was broadcast on NBC’s “Dateline” earlier this month, he reiterated his earlier remarks that he believed that they were still alive.

Fotis Dulos, during a hearing in Stamford Superior Court in June of last year.
Erik Trautmann/Hearst Connecticut Media, via the AP, Pool)

Fotis Dulos, has maintained his innocence, in spite of the evidence to be released this month, and the police interviews, in which Troconis, reportedly admitted “she had not been honest,” if the researchers have previously examined her.

“Michelle is presumed innocent and they have to,” her lawyer, Andrew Bowman, said earlier this month. “We have to leave the decision in this case rests in the jury’s hands now.”

Michelle C. Troconis pleaded not guilty to the charges of tampering with or fabricating physical evidence and first-degree hindering prosecution.
(Tyler Sizemore/Hearst Connecticut Media, via the AP Pool, File)

The police said Fotis Dulos, apparently, had been “lying in wait” for his wife’s home, according to the 43-page warrant application, Dulos, obtained by Fox News. The police claimed that the crime rate and the clean-up opened up at 8:05 pm 10:25 pm, May 24th, the day she disappeared.

Troconis has allegedly told police in an Aug. 13 interview, that she had not seen for a Dulos, on the morning of the 24th of May, in spite of previous declarations and revealed that she and Fotis Dulos, when he has cleaned the “spilled coffee” on a truck that he was driving that day. They have accepted “the small hand towel he had been using to clean the truck,” does not smell like coffee, according to the arrest warrant for the Dulos.


Troconis has allegedly told the police that she believed that he had to have the truck washed, since the body of his wife was “at a certain point.

“Our hearts go out to Ms. Troconis. We are confident that they will, in the end, it’s telling the truth at the trial,” Pattis told Fox News in a statement earlier this month. “The state is a fearsome enemy, but with a clear conscience has a powerful ally.”

In spite of what some of the experts have said, ” it was overwhelming, the evidence has been compiled by researchers at Fotis Dulos, which was revealed in the police documents, only with tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution, has been filed in the case. Murder charges have not been filed.

Connecticut State Police officials have declined to comment on the question of whether or not the absence of a body to a halt, has come out of the study.

With respect to the single monitor, and Pattis, reportedly said that his client merely forgot to charge the battery of the device. Dulos to be exposed to a penalty for failing to charge a GPS monitoring device and with the right and the possibility of cancellation of the bond, and if he is found to Dulos does not comply with the terms and conditions of his release from prison, WVIT reported.

Dulos, and Troconis, the first to be arrested in the beginning of June and pleaded not guilty to evidence tampering and hindering prosecution. They were released on bail.


In the immediate aftermath of her disappearance, and a judge granted Her mother, Gloria Farber, in the custody of the children and the parents. Fotis Dulos, it was forbidden to have contact with the children.

Fox News’ Vandana Rambaran, Laura Ingle and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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