As Search For Missing Connecticut Mom Of 5 Enters Its 3rd Week, Accused Ex-Husband Goes Free On Bail

June 12, 2019

While a Connecticut mom of five remains missing after more than two weeks, her estranged husband is walking around free. Fotis Dulos, who had been arrested in connection with his ex-wife’s disappearance was released on bail on Tuesday.

Numerous photos and videos of the 51-year-old out for a leisurely jog on Wednesday have emerged, his court-ordered ankle monitor clearly visible.

Jennifer Doulos disappeared on May 24th after dropping her children off at school. The car she had been driving was located later that same day but there was no trace of the 50-year-old.

Jennifer and husband Fotis Dulos had been involved in a contentious divorce proceeding, centering on the custody of their children, ages 8-13.

Police arrested Jennifer’s husband after a search his home revealed “evidence” that led investigators to suspect he had something to do with her disappearance.

They also arrested Fotis’ current girlfriend Michelle Troconis in connection with the case.

New evidence presented during a Tuesday court hearing in the disappearance of a Connecticut mother of five, seems to point the finger at the man charged in the case: her estranged husband.

State's Attorney Richard Colangelo Jr. said Jennifer Dulos' blood was found mixed with Fotis Dulos' DNA on the kitchen sink faucet of her home in New Canaan.

During that same hearing, Mr. Dulos pled not guilty to the charges of disposing of “clothing, sponges and other items that contained Jennifer Dulos' blood.” He then posted a $500,000 bond and was released.

“Dulos is under orders not to have contact with the children, who range in age from 8 to 13, while free on bail. A judge did not rule on the custody of the children on Tuesday.”

“Since Jennifer Dulos went missing on May 24, her five children have been living with their grandmother, 85-year-old Gloria Farber, in New York City.”

Fotis Dulos is due back in court on August 2nd.

Next: LAPD Officer, Seriously Injured While On Duty In 2015, Dies In Surgery 4 Years LaterJun 12, 2019