Jennifer Dulos, of New Canaan, has been missing for more than a week but Connecticut police have new evidence and enough to arrest Dulos’ estranged husband Fotis Dulos and his girlfriend Michelle Troconis.
According to new reports, Fotis and Troconis were spotted on camera throwing trash bags in more than 30 trash cans on Albany Avenue in Hartford. Forensics confirmed the blood on the household items in the trash bags belong to Jennifer. Cell phone records also confirm they were in the area at the time of the videos captured them throwing evidence away.
There was also multiple bloodstains and possible blood splatter in the Jennifer’s garage of her New Canaan home.
Fotis and Troconis are currently charged with evidence tampering.
Jennifer has yet to be found as she was last seen May 24 dropping her children off at New Canaan Country School. Around the time of her disappearance, Jennifer & Fotis were going through a long divorce case and she was afraid of her estranged husband due to threats. Fotis has also been accused of owing Jennifer’s father $2.5 million that he loaned him to buy properties and then Fotis would build high value homes on them through his company Fore Group Inc. Her father, Hilliard Farber, is a former senior vice president of Chase Manhattan Bank and founder of Hilliard Farber & Co brokerage firm.
Fotis currently has no access to their five children. They’re staying at a New York City apartment owned by Jennifer’s mom.
FBI and police are focusing on a wooded area of Waveny Park along the Merritt Parkway where her black Chevy Suburban was found.