Missing Connecticut mom’s disloyal husband, partner to seem in court
The disloyal father of blank mom of 5 Jennifer Dulos and his partner have been charged with opposition charge and tampering with evidence; Laura Ingle reports from a courthouse.
NORWALK, Conn. — A male military trust to be Fotis Dulos, a disloyal father of Jennifer Dulos, a Connecticut mom of 5 who has been blank for some-more than a week, was hold on mixed notice cameras a night she was reported blank throwing out countless rubbish bags and items “which seemed to be stained with a piece unchanging with a entrance of blood,” according to justice papers suggested Monday.
Fotis Dulos is expected to face further charges in a entrance days, prosecutors pronounced during a Monday charge on evidence tampering allegations, and asked Dulos’ bail be kept during $500,000. No defence was entered by Dulos or his girlfriend, who was also arraigned on tampering charges in a detached conference Monday at Norwalk Superior Court.
Dulos, 51, and partner Michelle Troconis, 44, were arrested late Saturday during a hotel in Avon, Conn., on charges of tampering with justification and opposition charge relating to a disappearance of Jennifer Dulos. Dulos’ counsel Monday pronounced it was doubtful he would be means to post bail immediately. Troconis’ attorney said she would be means to make her $500,000 bail Monday. She will have to wear a GPS monitor.
Troconis, a multilingual high-roller who has interviewed celebrities on radio and helped launch an upscale ski review in Argentina, arrived during a building first. Her brownish-red hair was tied adult in a ponytail and she did not pronounce to a media. Fotis Dulos arrived in justice shortly after wearing an orange jumpsuit.
Fotis Dulos and Troconis became romantically concerned about a year before Jennifer Dulos filed for divorce and changed to a close village in New Canaan. Authorities have hinted other charges opposite a integrate could be entrance soon.
HUSBAND OF MISSING CONNECTICUT MOM ARRESTED, CHARGED WITH HINDERING PROSECUTION, TAMPERING WITH EVIDENCE
Since Dulos was reported blank 10 days ago, local, state and sovereign authorities have been “working around a clock” to find her, New Canaan military pronounced in a matter Sunday.
Specifically, authorities spent a weekend acid Fotis Dulos’ sprawling 10,000-square feet Farmington mansion, as good as a circuitously chateau Dulos’ company, Fore Group, had developed. Armed with hunt warrants, investigators showed adult during a Farmington home Sunday with some-more than a dozen state military vehicles and two dog units.
In a past 72 hours, state police obtained DNA samples from Fotis Dulos, who, for a past dual years, has been sealed in a quarrelsome control conflict with his mom over a couple’s 5 children, who range in age from 8 to 13.
Dulos’ disappearance continues to be treated as both a missing-person box and a rapist investigation, New Canaan Police Lt. Jason Ferraro said.
The 50-year-old brunette was final seen pushing a black Chevy Suburban 10 days ago, when she forsaken off her children during their private propagandize in New Canaan. Authorities spent 3 hours Friday handing out flyers that featured a design of Dulos and her vehicle.
The resources surrounding Dulos’ disappearance have taken an meaningful spin in new days as some-more information has emerged about a couple’s hilly relationship.
RESIDENTS IN CONNECTICUT TOWN NERVOUSLY WAIT AS SEARCH FOR MISSING MOM JENNIFER DULOS DRAGS INTO DAY 8
According to justice documents, Jennifer Dulos pronounced she was “terrified for (her) family’s safety, generally given finding a gun, given my father has a story of controlling, flighty and delusional behavior.” She also indicted her husband, who was innate and lifted in Greece though attended college in a United States, of melancholy to kidnap their children and take them to Greece.
Fotis Dulos, who married Jennifer 13 years ago, has strongly pushed behind on his wife’s allegations. He has said he incited in his handgun to a Farmington police and indicted his mom of being the non-professional parent. He also pronounced she had mental health issues, reporting during one indicate she verbally pounded him and called him names in front of guests.
Members of a abundant Connecticut city have been gripped by a case.
“Stuff like this doesn’t occur here,” Leila Roxo, an associate during LoLo Bag, an accessories boutique in New Canaan, told Fox News. “It’s a unequivocally still and protected town. Parents are OK only dropping off their kids and vouchsafing them travel around town, eat, have ice cream, buy something and afterwards picking them up. It’s flattering safe.”
Roxo, who has a 6-year-old daughter, pronounced she worries many about Dulos’ children and a scars they might lift from their mother’s disappearance.
“The 8-year-old is really going to remember some stuff,” Roxo said. “I don’t know how distant detached a other ones are, though we have a 6-year-old and we feel like if this were to occur to her, she’d really remember.”
On Sunday night, hundreds of people packaged into St. Mark’s Episcopal Church for a second burial hold in a week for Dulos.
Eric Cooper, a conduct of a New Canaan Country School, described Dulos as “an impossibly comfortable person” and a “devoted mom who upheld all her children did.”
“We’re heartbroken,” he said. All 5 of a Dulos children attend a private school.
Carrie Luft, a mouthpiece for a family, pronounced final week a children “miss their mom terribly, though they are doing as good underneath a resources as one could.”
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The kids are reportedly with their maternal grandmother, Gloria Farber, in New York City. Farber and her late father sued Fotis Dulos, claiming in justice papers he did not repay a $1.7 million loan he borrowed to buy and redevelop high-end homes.
Fox News’ Lissa Kaplan contributed to this report.