On Wednesday, the family of Jennifer Farber Dulos issued a statement to mark the four-year anniversary of the vanishing of the Connecticut mother of five.
As per the New Canaan Police Department, Dulos was last observed on the morning of May 24, 2019, leaving her children at school.
“We continue to grieve the loss of her loving devotion to her family and children, as well as her singular ability to touch the lives of the people she encountered, with Fox News sharing a statement on the Dulos’ family’s behalf,” said the Dulos’ family.
During that period, Troconis paid $500,000 bail for charges related to tampering with evidence, while authorities apprehended Fotis Dulos, the estranged spouse of Jennifer Dulos, and his romantic partner, Michelle C. Troconis, in the beginning of June 2019.
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Fotis, 52, was accused of murder, felony murder, and kidnapping by authorities in January 2020. Troconis and Kent Mawhinney, Fotis’ attorney, were charged with conspiracy to commit murder. All three individuals denied any participation, and Fotis tragically took his own life soon after being charged.
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Troconis entered a plea of not guilty, and her family issued a statement in 2021 asserting that “her innocence will ultimately triumph.”
Police in New Canaan, Connecticut, found Jennifer Dulos’ abandoned black Chevy Suburban on Lapham Road near Waveny Park, but she was reported missing and her whereabouts remain unknown.
The investigators knew that it would take some time to search for suspects who had disappeared on their own, so they decided to throw off the suspects by making it look like she had disappeared. They also wanted to give us an area to search.
“I believe it was simply an attempt to prolong the investigation and create a false appearance,” he included.
Investigators arrived when Krolikowski stated that the gear of the vehicle had been changed to either neutral or reverse. According to him, the car had been abandoned in a manner that appeared as if someone had hastily departed from it. As per his statement, this referred to the SUV.
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The Dulos family expressed in a statement that the inquiry into Jennifer’s case involving Troconis and Mawhinney remains ongoing and vigorous. The Connecticut state’s attorney’s office is still engaged in pretrial exploration and readiness. Two individuals are still pending trial for the charge of conspiring to commit murder, and we anticipate the forthcoming stages in the legal proceedings.
The Connecticut State Police claim that Fotis assaulted Jennifer when she arrived home from school and fled with her remains.
According to court documents, surveillance footage from Hartford appears to show Fotis throwing out numerous bags of garbage and items that appeared to be stained with a substance consistent with the appearance of blood on the night Jennifer went missing.
The objects subsequently tested positive for Jennifer’s blood.
The body of the 11-year-old New York child, who had been unaccounted for, were found in the river 48 hours after his companion was discovered dead in a neighboring waterway.
Investigators stated that Troconis, situated in the passenger seat of the Ford pickup, was observed leaning out and performing an action of either placing an object on the ground or retrieving an item. This occurrence was also captured on video.
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Jennifer’s defense attorneys have argued that she may have staged her own troubles amid the divorce and death. Jennifer filed for divorce from Dulos about a year before becoming romantically involved with Troconis and Dulos Fotis.
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Jennifer Dulos’ family noted in its statement that donating to the foundation can help change the disparity and address the missing foundation, as well as the racial/ethnic and economic disparities that disproportionately affect women of color. The statement also highlighted the impact of intimate partner violence across racial/ethnic and economic lines.
If anyone has any information regarding the location of Dulos, please reach out to the New Canaan Police Tip Line at 203-594-3544.
This report was contributed to by Paul Best, Stephanie Pagones, and Barnini Chakraborty from Fox News.