Fotis Dulos, Connecticut's estranged husband who disappeared from Connecticut, mother of five-year-old Jennifer Dulos, is scheduled to appear before a judge on Monday, where he is expected to respond to reports that he is not holding a loaded GPS monitoring device. .
Real estate developer and his girlfriend Michelle Troconis were arrested a second time last month on multiple charges of tampering with or tampering with physical evidence after investigators outlined a more detailed timeline of events that the couple alleged threw out items found to have blood
Dulos's lawyer, Norm Patis, said Judge John Blowy was worried by probation reports that he did not charge the batteries in his ankle bracelet. Patis did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment.
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Probation officers dropped charges 25 times.
Jennifer Dulos, 50, from the wealthy suburb of New Canaan, was last seen on May 24 after stabbing her and five children of Fotis Dulos at school. She disappeared amid bitter divorce and child custody and a visitation lawsuit against their children – three boys and two girls, ages 8 to 13.
Police said she found traces of her blood in her home, items in trash bags that investigators say her estranged husband had been thrown away, and the seat of a pickup truck they said was driving in the day she disappeared.
An arrest warrant released earlier this month uncovered a body of evidence gathered by police in a case involving video surveillance showing Fotis Dulos in Hartford throwing away trash bags; a camcorder on a traffic camera and a school bus driving him a pickup truck to New Canaan in the morning, she disappeared; and a video of him watching, with the truck washed and detailed days after it disappeared.
Fotis Dulos, 52 and Troconis, pleaded guilty to forgery and obstruction of charges and were both released on bail. Dulos denied any involvement in the disappearance of his estranged wife and in an interview broadcast on NBC's Dateline earlier this month, he reiterated his previous comments that he believed she was still alive.
Fotis Dulos maintains his innocence, despite evidence released this month and police interviews claiming that Troconis "was not truthful" when investigators previously they asked
"Michelle is considered innocent and she should be," said her lawyer, Andrew Bauman, earlier this month. "We leave the decision in this case to the hands of the jurors."
Police say Fotis Dulos apparently "waited" at his wife's home, according to a 43-page Dulos order request obtained by Fox News. Police say the crime and the cleanup took place between 8:05 a.m. and 10:25 a.m. May 24, the day she disappeared.
Throconis claims to have told police in an interview on August 13 that she did not see Dulos on the morning of May 24, which contradicts previous statements and revealed that she was with Fotis Dulos when he was cleaning "spilled coffee" from a truck driving this morning. She acknowledged that "the colored cloth he used to clean the truck" did not smell of coffee at all, according to Dulos' arrest warrant.
PHOTIS DULOS WAS A "LIE IN THE WAIT" FOR AN ETERNATED WOMAN, POLICE I SAY; His lawyer asks, "WHERE ARE YOU DEAD?"
Troconis claims he told police that he thought his truck had been washed because his wife's body was "at some point" there.
"Our hearts go out to Mrs. Troconis. We are confident that in the end she will tell the truth of the ordeal, "Patis told Fox News in a statement earlier this month." The state is a terrible enemy, but pure conscience is a powerful ally. "
experts were overwhelming evidence gathered by investigators against Fotis Dulos, uncovered in police documents, only tampering with evidence and obstruction The charges have not yet been filed. whether l
Regarding the ankle monitor, Patis said his client simply forgot to charge the device.Dulos could be fined for not charging the GPS monitoring device and the judge had the option to cancel the bond if
Dulos and Troconis were first arrested in early June and pleaded guilty to tampering with evidence and obstructing prosecution. They were released on bail.
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As a result of her disappearance, a judge granted custody of Jennifer Gloria Farber's mother to the couple's children. Fotis Dulos was forbidden to contact the children.
Vandana Rambaran, Laura Ingle and Associated Press contributed to this report.