Connecticut man Fotis Dulos posted $500,000 bond on Tuesday, almost three weeks his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos, disappeared. He spared no time in taking a leisure jog in his neighborhood.
Dulos, 51, jogged past reporters along Deercliff Road in Farmington, while ignoring their requests for comments, according to News 8. The area is close to the $4.3 million mansion Dulos lived in with Jennifer and their five children before she filed for divorce two years prior.
Fotis had been behind bars since June 1, after his arrest for tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution charges, in connection with Jennifer’s disappearance. Dulos made bail Tuesday evening after a judge decided against raising his bond, while also declining to lower his bond amount during court hearing earlier this week.
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Dulos handed over his passport and had a monitoring device attached to his ankle, two stipulations that had to be met before he was released from jail.
As CrimeOnline previously reported, Jennifer was last seen on May 24 around 8 a.m. while dropping her children off at the New Canaan Country School in the prominent New Canaan community. Police later found her vehicle, a black 2017 Chevrolet Suburban, parked off of Lapham Road. Jennifer was nowhere to be found. A cleaning service arrived to her home at noon on the same day but Jennifer was not there.
Jennifer also missed several appointments on May 24, including one at 11 a.m. and one at 1 p.m. Since she vanished, she has not used her cellphone or her credit cards.
Dulos, along with his girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, are both suspects in connections with Jennifer’s disappearance after police reportedly found security footage of the pair discarding possible evidence in the case, including items that were stained with Jennifer’s bloods. Investigators also said they found Dulos’ DNA mixed in with Jennifer’s blood found in her kitchen sink.
Troconis, who’s also charged with tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution, posted bond last week and was released from jail. Since then, she’s reportedly met with investigators several times.
Meanwhile, Dulos is expected back in court of Wednesday for a probation hearing.
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[Feature Photo: Jennifer Dulos/Handout]