Fotis Dulos has denied that he had anything to do with his wife’s disappearance. No allegations have been filed on the charges of murder and conspiracy.
What the babysitter says she saw
In an incident, according to the search warrants, the babysitter saw Fotis Dulos chasing his wife around the house in the summer of 2017. She ran into the room where the babysitter and one of the Dulos children were and closed the door. Then she leaned against the door when her husband tried to open it, before realizing that there were other people in the room and seemed to calm down, according to the documents.
The nanny “said Jennifer did not want to call the police because she was very afraid of her husband and he threatened to take the children to Greece permanently,” New Canaan officials wrote in the arrest warrants.
What the officers found on the scene
Officers received a report that Jennifer Dulos was missing on May 24 of last year. Friends reported her disappearance after she did not show up for appointments and had not heard from her for 10 hours.
When the researchers arrived at his home, They saw blood stains on the garage floor, trash cans and a car parked in the garage. Apparently, someone tried to clean the splashes on the concrete floor, the documents allege.
The New Canaan Police Department began a search in the area and found a Chevy Suburban registered in Jennifer Dulos three miles from the house. But she was nowhere.
What surveillance cameras they captured
Later, detectives retrieved clothing and household items from trash containers with their blood. They reviewed the trash containers shown in the surveillance and found garbage bags consistent with those shown in the video, the documents allege.
The bags contained women’s clothing, plastic ties and a white T-shirt, all with spots that looked like blood, according to the documents.
In addition, they found items with blood-like spots, such as a knife, a bath towel and cleaning supplies such as a kitchen sponge.
Dulos and his ex-girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, were released on bail after their charges this month, and will remain under house arrest with ankle monitors. The status of his friend and former lawyer, Kent Mawhinney, is unclear.
Kevin Smith, one of the lawyers representing Fotis Dulos, declined to discuss the case due to a gag order.
“We are eager for the process of defending this case now in court,” he said.
Authorities said Jennifer Dulos died around 8:30 a.m. of the day he disappeared. His cell phone has not reported activity since the morning he disappeared and his last financial activity was before he was last seen.
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Jennifer Henderson and Eric Levenson of CNN contributed to this report.