Silver Alert CT- Jennifer Dulos, 50, New Canaan, 24 May 2019 #9 *ARRESTS*

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  1. CLUEDOG

    CLUEDOG Active Member

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    Hi this is my first post, sorry if I’ve entered it into the wrong space, but this is regarding the JD case. A little background on myself, I live in New Canaan, very close to Welles Lane.
    Below is my thinking RE timeline:

    From what has been in the news FD states he was at JD’s house on Wednesday before she disappears.

    Maybe he was trying to confront her RE the upcoming child custody court date. Perhaps that night JD told FD to leave because she didn’t want the kids exposed to any of court discussions - as was part of the court’s agreement. Perhaps JD scolds him for talking in front of the kids and sends him away feeling ‘disrespected’. Now even more angry he is even more determined to confront her face to face, pre the court date. FD knows Friday morning the kids will be in school so he makes his way down then.

    This may explain why FD has an early Friday morning meeting with his lawyer in Farmington- to discuss what he wants to say to JD face to face...

    Possible scenario:

    around 8:30am FD talks to his lawyer at his house in Farmington, and leaves immediately after. I know it said 9 but... maybe it was actually earlier... and he speeds down to New Canaan.

    He arrives right as JD is about to be heading out to NYC for an appointment and she snaps at him, says she doesn’t have time for him- tells him just to go away that she will see him in court, Thus further inflaming his rage. And the final straw maybe telling him that due to his inappropriate behavior in front of the kids on Wednesday she would not be allowing them to go spend Memorial Day weekend with him.

    At this point the conversation is occurring in JD’s garage as she is trying to get in her car to drive down to the NYC for her 11am appt., but FD is blocking her from leaving- he wants to keep fighting this out.

    However, an unforeseen visitor starts to drive towards JD’s house.

    It’s approximately 9:30am the mailman/UPS/ fed ex/grocery delivery/ or water delivery person...etc is driving up her driveway and FD suddenly realizes JD is going to scream for help and try to run - so he holds her down- hand on mouth and he grabs a tool, anything, from the garage and whacks her out cold.... the delivery person ‘x’ comes and leaves, not noticing anything because garage door is shut.

    9:45, FD takes JD’s cellphone and calls the Sturbridge house employee and tells him he needs to come ASAP. He needs to get the red Toyota from him. The guy zooms over to Welles lane switches cars - FD gives the employee the Raptor and takes the red Toyota. FD also gives the employee his cellphone (SIM card removed) and instructs the employee to drive the raptor quickly up to FD’s house in Farmington and then to put the SIM card back into FD’s cellphone and make some calls from FD’s house using his cellphone so it pings from there at 1:50 or whatever time was mentioned.

    Meanwhile back in new Canaan at about 10:00am FD does a bit of cleanup at the house and garage and loads up the red Toyota truck, he puts JD’s body in a duffle bag taken from her house - and the bags of sponges and cleaning supplies into the red Toyota truck.

    By around 10:15 FD drives JD’s suburban over to Lapham road and leaves it there - (also possible FD has his Sturbridge road employee drop JD’s car of at Lapham Road..)

    10:15 FD starts jogging back from Waveny Park to Welles road via Indian Waters Road - perhaps dumping JD’s cellphone in the woods there, where no one has searched yet.

    Around 10:40am FD gets in the red Toyota and zooms back up to Farmington. Removed body and evidence which he puts at his other property up in Farmington. And the he takes the Toyota truck to get fully washed and detailed, then returning to his Farmington house to meet his Sturbridge rd employee to swap back the cars and get his cell phone back from the employee.

    Around 2pm onwards FD travels between his properties preparing the bags of sponges and bloody clothes to dump later. And finding supplies and materials to dump JD’s body - (which he will do in the middle of the night).

    The rest of the evening events are recorded showing FD and MT driving the raptor around dumping the cleanup bags and other stuff in the Hartford dumpster.

    His last task is dealing with JD’s body - he does this after the MT is asleep - he goes back to his other house and fills an industrial concrete mixing bag with just the sand and cement mix - not the water and puts JD’s body in it. Around 1:00am FD drives his Range Rover over to a lake and sinks the bag full of concrete dry ingredients and a body. With the concrete chemical curing process the concrete would harden over time (sped up if using proper concrete ad-mixtures) and then it would be a solid mass that would stay submerged....
     
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  2. Inthedetails

    Inthedetails Well-Known Member

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    Welcome to WS.

    Regarding the red vehicle, apparently the employee traded cars with FD that day so it's unlikely FD called him in a panic to come with this car to the scene.

    There also is the issue with the altered license plates. Changing license plates doesn't seem like a spur-of-the moment activity, but something done ahead of time.

    Jmopinion
     
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  3. Chloe_ee

    Chloe_ee Well-Known Member

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    Yup, and I would bet they say FD regularly dumped his garbage in many different locations in the less ritzy sections of CT...and this wasn't a 'new behavior' for him..
     
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    Chloe_ee Well-Known Member

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    You know it..My client regularly clears out his garbage cans banging them and clanking them, see its all here on our Nest cam...normal daily occurrence...
     
  5. gitana1

    gitana1 Verified Attorney

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    This needs to be pinned to the beginning of every thread. Very nice.
     
  6. peace9274

    peace9274 Well-Known Member

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    Welcome to Websleuths!
    And thank you for posting your theory! It’s great having another local on this case!
     
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    "Until the State of Connecticut demonstrates an even handed attitude toward Mr. Dulos, he’s not going to speak to them," Pattis said.
    I tell myself I shouldn't even read NP's quotes but how can he say this? FD has not been accused of, or charged with murder by the state of CT. They have him on video disposing of articles that are stained with her blood and they arrested him on this narrow charge. I think they've been very fair and respectful given the circumstances.
    While I'm glad that LE is being super thorough in its search of the trash facility, I wonder what criteria they are using? I can't imagine that they're setting aside every paper towel or rag that has a dark blood-like stain, are they? Even if they are using technology to identify blood present in the trash, that would be a lot of bloody noses and paper cuts to sort through and test. Maybe they have a subjective threshold for how big a blood stain is?
    Thanks everybody for all the posts. If LE has only half the energy of this group, they will get a conviction.
     
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  8. MsBetsy

    MsBetsy Well-Known Member

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    Which vehicle did he use the old plates on? I haven't caught up on all the threads yet, but was it his own truck or the borrowed truck?
     
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    citygirl Well-Known Member

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    Good morning.
    Looks like NP was busy this weekend.
    And to think I thought he was quietly spending Father's Day somewhere. LOL
     
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    I don’t think he would deliberately do anything to tie himself directly to the bags. If LE can attempt to prove the bags being dumped on video are the same bags that held evidence, it would be wiser for him to distance himself from the contents, not put something he uses in them. If anything he could claim he picked the bags up at one of the construction sites and he had no idea what was in them.
    I previously posted that the glove appears to be therapeutic, but clearly he had a purpose in wearing it in this very staged performance. Subliminal sympathy plea? I’m human just like everyone else? I hurt too? I’m working even though I’m in pain?
     
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    Speaking to locals, the cops used luminol on the Welles Lane crime scene house and there was blood all over the garage; and I was told they had more DNA of FD in the kitchen. I'm just waiting for the other shoe to drop....
     
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    @CLUEDOG Welcome to Websleuths - we use initials JD/MT/FD - not full names. You may want to check out the TOS - Terms of Service we adhere to. Thank you for joining us. (You can edit your post for a little while)
    The Rules
     
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  13. peace9274

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    So many cases at WS are so sad, so depressing, and so frustrating!

    Despite Jennifer’s case also being sad, depressing, and frustrating, it’s great that FD and NP have given us so much to chuckle about.

    In the 15 yrs I’ve been a member at WS, I honestly can’t recall following a case this sad and yet, at the same time, there’s so much to laugh/smh about!

    It’s good to occasionally have that relief of laughter when being so involved in missing persons cases.

    IMOO
     
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  14. ab01

    ab01 "What is done in the dark always comes to light"

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    We don't yet know that information that I'm aware of

    Many have speculated that he used them on the employees vehicle

    I can't think of any reason he would have done that, as that vehicle wasn't registered to him. So I can't think of any reason to use ficticious plates on that vehicle

    I think the most likely scenario is that he used them on JD's vehicle while he was moving it from her home to the pull off parking area on the side of Lapham road

    But I suppose he could also have used them on his own Raptor for the garbage dump excursion.



    A few things that would help clear it up for us, although I'm sure LE already knows

    Were the plates simply stuck over top of a vehicles license plates using double sided adhesive tape/adhesive magnet strips, or was one set removed and the other set installed?

    Do LE have video of the plates being removed during the garbage dump excursion?

    Currently I'm leaning towards the plates being used on JD's suburban as I believe that FD likely had known that there was know way that he could risk being caught driving JD's own vehicle

    JMO
     
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  15. Chicago54

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    Thank you for the info. Did they happen to say the source of FD DNA? Or how it was collected? Were you speaking w local LE, or local community members?
     
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    You and I both.
     
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    In one of the 2 links I posted a short while ago, it said that NP spent time with FD this past weekend, having dinner at the Jefferson Xing house.
    :rolleyes:;):D

    MOO
     
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    Thank you - we all have been contributing to it - once the links are confirmed I will ask that it be pinned. We are so lucky to have your legal expertise on JD's thread.
     
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    I can certainly see it panning out that way, but to play devil's advocate - if he is moving her car to the park then isn't he putting a lot of undue risk on himself by having to get out of JD's car, take off the doctored plates, and put her original plates back onto the Suburban? It just seems like a risky proposition, especially on a warm May day when the park could have people out and about being potential witnesses. It's not everyday you see people changing out their license plates at a park, MOO.
     
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    Fantastic! Thank you for your comprehensive sequence of events!
     
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