Fotis Dulos, the alienated husband of Connecticut, who misses the mother of five Jennifer Dulos from Connecticut, is due to appear in front of a judge on Monday to respond to reports that he has not charged his court-ordered GPS monitor ,
The real estate developer and his girlfriend Michelle Troconis were both arrested a second time last month for alleged manipulation or falsification of evidence after investigators set a more detailed timeline for the events in which the couple was throwing away discarded items The result was a positive DNA match for Dulos' estranged wife.
Dulos & # 39; Lawyer, Norm Pattis, reportedly said Judge John Blawie was concerned about probation reports that he had not properly charged the batteries in his ankle bracelet. Pattis did not immediately respond to Fox News request for comment.
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Probation officers stated that the charge in the batteries has dropped 25 percent several times, WVIT-TV reported ,
Jennifer Dulos, 50, from the affluent suburb of New Canaan, was last seen on May 24 after she and Fotis Dulos dropped five children had at school. She disappeared in the midst of a fierce divorce, custody and visitation lawsuit for her children – three boys and two girls aged 8 to 13 years.
The police claimed to have found traces of their blood at home in garbage bags, which the investigators alleged were their estranged husband thrown away, and in the seat of a pickup truck they said was on drove the day when she disappeared.
A warrant issued earlier this month revealed that the police had assembled a number of pieces of evidence, including a surveillance video showing Fotis Dulos dumping the garbage bags in Hartford; Video of a traffic and school bus camera of him driving a van to New Canaan the morning she disappeared; and a surveillance video of him washing and detailing the truck the day after it disappears.
Fotis Dulos, 52, and Troconis have announced that they were not guilty of the manipulation and disability charges, and both were released on bail. Dulos has denied any involvement in the disappearance of his estranged wife, repeating his earlier comments in an interview that aired on NBC's "Dateline" earlier this month that he believed she was still alive.
Fotis Dulos has maintained his innocence despite the evidence released this month and police interviews in which Troconis allegedly admitted "she was not true "when the investigators previously questioned her.
"Michelle is and should be innocent," said her lawyer Andrew Bowman earlier this month. "We leave the verdict to the jury in this case."
Police said Fotis Dulos was "lying in wait" with his wife at home, as evidenced by Fox's 43-page arrest warrant Dulos emanates news. The police claimed that the crime and the purge had occurred between 8:05 am and 10:25 am on May 24, the day they disappeared.
Troconis had accused the police in an interview on 13 August that she had not seen Dulos on the morning of May 24. This contradicted earlier statements and revealed that she was dating Fotis Dulos when he "spilled coffee" out of one Truck cleared that he drove this morning. She admitted that the "stained towel he used to clean the truck" did not smell of coffee, according to Dulos' arrest warrant.
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Troconis is said to have told the police she thought he had washed his truck because his wife's body was "someday" there.
"Our Hearts Are Going We are confident that in the end, she will tell the truth in court," Pattis said in a statement earlier this month to Fox News. "The state is a formidable enemy, but a clear conscience is a powerful ally."
Despite the testimony of some experts, the investigators assembled overwhelming evidence against Fotis Dulos, which was revealed in police documents and only manipulated and obstructed evidence. In that case, prosecution was initiated. Murder has not yet been filed.
Connecticut State Police officials refused to comment on whether the absence of a corpse had brought the investigation to a standstill.
Regarding the ankle monitor, Pattis reportedly just forgot his client to charge the device. Dulos could receive a fine if the GPS monitor is not charged, and the judge had the option to revoke the bail if he finds that Dulos has not complied with his release, the WVIT reported.
Dulos and Troconis were arrested for the first time in early June and did not plead guilty to manipulating evidence and obstructing prosecution. They were released on bail.
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After their disappearance, Judge Jennifer's mother granted Gloria Farber custody of the couple's children. Fotis Dulos was denied contact with the children.
Vandana Rambaran of Fox News, Laura Ingle and The Associated Press have contributed to this report.