Silver Alert CT - Jennifer Dulos, 50, New Canaan, 24 May 2019 *ARRESTS* #26

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    doodles1211 Well-Known Member

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    New Canaan Police are looking for a missing woman Saturday, May 25.

    Jennifer Dulos, 50, was reported missing around 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 24. A sliver alert has been issued.

    New Canaan Police with the assistance of the Connecticut State Police initiated a search and an investigation both of which are ongoing as of 8:45 am. Saturday..

    Anyone with information related to Dulos’s whereabouts should contact Sgt. Joseph Farenga at 203-505-1332.

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    New Canaan Police search for missing woman

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    ADMIN NOTE:

    Was reviewing this thread for another reason and stumbled across the rudeness, personalizing, and bullying of another member in this thread. This is absolutely unacceptable.

    Everyone has a right to their opinion as long as it is stated respectfully (which it has been). To be chastised for holding a different or minority opinion is just plain wrong. If everyone agreed, there would be no need for "discussion".

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    afitzy STAY HOME, SAVE LIVES!

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    I'm confused though on what the original route might have been where there was a traffic disturbance? 35 backs up in the afternoon but more so on the NY side IMO than the CT side. What was FD trying to avoid that put him on an old style back road that is partially unpaved in parts. I'm not sure he was on 123 as that would clearly put him in NY territory so maybe he was on 33 and 7 to avoid 123? IDK. Just hope LE tracked him and checked this out.

    I also wonder about the cell service in that area as I'm not sure that if he had waze on cell that it would have been operational on all parts of Silver Spring Rd!

    It would be an interesting experiment IMO to see if the cell service carried the entire distance down Silver Spring as my recollection is that it drops between Wilton and NC for a good amt of time. If this is the case then not only was Waze not able to operate but its entirely possible the FD GPS bracelet wasn't fully traceable as I believe it operates on Verizon and Sprint networks (we don't know which network it uses in case of FD).

    This is all quite curious to me and I hope LE checked this out completely as the water access and wooded area in that area are sizable and there is very little to no traffic or many houses either.

    MOO
     
  5. MemPat

    MemPat Without Art the Earth is just Eh!

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    I'm not an avid Dr. Phil fan but the large audience he had for Jennifer today guarantees his team will be glued to the case and that can only be good in the absence of Nancy Grace (also annoying but sometimes worth it)!

    ETA: Pattis has been on Dr. Phil before so I imagine Phil has his number!
     
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    afitzy STAY HOME, SAVE LIVES!

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    Criminal Profiler on Dr Phil today:
    Role of MT

     
  7. afitzy

    afitzy STAY HOME, SAVE LIVES!

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    Another Dr Phil segment - Greenburg - FD will walk:
     
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    IMO this was his intended route. If he stayed on Rt 35 to go to Rt 123 to NC he would have known he would have to travel through New York. IMO he planned his travel to get off at Silver Springs to take the "back roads" to Sturbridge. You are correct in that this route takes you through a very wooded, remote, dirt roads with a bunch of reservoirs.

    There is a strange NC connection to this route. You mentioned Browns Reservoir. There is still an unsolved murder case in New Canaan from 1969. Mary Mount, age 10, was abducted from Kiwanis Park in New Canaan and her body was found off of East Street at Browns Reservoir just off of Silver Spring. Never been solved. Very sad as well.
     
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    MemPat Without Art the Earth is just Eh!

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    All our opinions come from varying life experience which is what makes this an interesting forum so I honor your thoughts on this.

    Because there are three recently divorced families in my life where the children not only think negatively about the fathers but refuse court-ordered visitation and phone calls, I disagree that we can automatically make "Dad is good" assumptions about FD with Jennifer's children.

    It's no accident that these three men are also narcissists out the wazoo (technical term) and almost
    FoDo-Photocopies! They haven't murdered their children's mothers; I'll give them that. Yet.

    [I'm not sure wanting to see your room qualifies as "I want to spend time with Dad" but I won't argue that now (in spite of my question about what "on the record" means).]

    [I have a wonderful husband who is the perfect father and grandfather so I'm not someone warped about men in general.]o_O

    But back to GF and the children, I don't think one could claim any sort of parental alienation when the whole world suspects the father of murdering the mom, when he's been charged twice with tampering, when he's on video distributing Mom's bloody crime scene evidence, etc. Add in the 2 year (at least) mistress and not paying for child support or health insurance and you've erased any good guy image that should be promoted to the children.

    IMO the last thing GF should be doing is pretending Dad is a good guy who'll some day be picking the kids up for a play day at the lake. Way to scare them to death!

    MOO, of course.
     
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    Yes, tragic case. I don't believe in coincidences at all so to have this area be one where FD happens to 'find' himself to me doesn't make sense as there were other routes available to him IMO where he could have maintained speed. The portion of Silver Spring that he was on IMO is curvy, slightly hilly and has a dirt portion as well. Driving on this road you would feel like you were in another world vs being on 7 or 33 or 35 or 123.

    Just hope LE checked this out as it doesn't make sense as a way to 'save time' and I'm not convinced the cell service was there to operate the waze app to begin with to get him there in the first place or track him on his ankle bracelet IMO.

    Thanks for your driving route POV but I'm still not seeing this detour as making much sense!

    MOO
     
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    Did you catch FD smirk when NP talked about Christmas morning?????
    *******. Useless piece of garbage.
     
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    Tink56 MOO...IMO

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    From your post:
    It would be an interesting experiment IMO to see if the cell service carried the entire distance down Silver Spring as my recollection is that it drops between Wilton and NC for a good amt of time. If this is the case then not only was Waze not able to operate but its entirely possible the FD GPS bracelet wasn't fully traceable as I believe it operates on Verizon and Sprint networks (we don't know which network it uses in case of FD).

    If CT is anything like CA, there are numerous areas due to elevation changes and areas in which the cell towers are too widely spread or the communication is disrupted by the unusual variations in terrain. (And my experience is a large city, one of the "most-wired" cities in the U.S.) I wonder how long a person wearing a GPS monitor could be "off the grid" before an alarm would sound.

    I find it unusual that FD and NP were so proactive about the first infraction and seem nonchalant about the FOUR charging lapses. Is it just NP's Ping-Pong sing-song story time or are there serious gaps in the network coverage, reporting, and responding? As you've mentioned, the equipment used is certainly not clearly defined on public websites.

    It's even questionable whether or not the crimes with which FD and MT have been charged rise to a high level of GPS scrutiny. Since the State's Attorney did not know MT had spent 3 weeks in CT rather than NY, the "tight leash" that was promised seems to be descended to a loose leash that wasn't tethered. Who makes the decision about passing on information to whom? MOO
     
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    So what is the term for a guy who ABSOLUTELY believes what he is saying is true, despite the fact it’s a lie? They are so believable bc THEY believe the lie.
    Pathological liar?
    NP and the ankle monitor. Have to admit, he’s spinning a great story. I really think NP BELIEVES what he is vomiting. Christmas morning. Hahahaha. I hope the jury gives them a present they will remember forever.
     
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    So, Mr. FD. Here’s your choice. Plug it in every night or take it off when you checkin and get your orange jumpsuit.
     
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    Why does he say that there were not 30 trash receptacles? Is it 30 bags?
     
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    IMO, if he's taking this route (84-7-35 via Silver Spring) to get to Sturbridge, there is something seriously up already. This would absolutely not be a route a normal person would take to travel between Sturbridge and Farmington, even if there was traffic. Even someone like myself who likes back roads. Especially a person like FD who likes to speed, but that aside.

    Just to check to make sure I'm not biased or there's some special aspect to this route I've never found, I google mapped it, and going this way adds 24 minutes on versus the Merritt/8 route tracked in AW2. I don't use Waze so perhaps it is possible it pulled up a wacky unsuitable route for him, because other services have done that for me but not in FFC, only in way more remote places like on Forest Service roads and such, but where was he going that would put him there? Waze should get him off of Silver Spring quickly to get on a faster road (although "faster" is all relative on roads like 33 or 7, given traffic and stoplights, etc).

    The day after MSM reported that FD traveled into NY, June 26, I posted on here (thread 11) that I thought that Silver Spring Rd and Brown's reservoir would be a perfect place for him to dump the body. I am familiar with this location and had a gut feeling that could have been a prime spot for him to have gone. The Mary Mount case affirms that, too, although it's more built up than it was in 1969 it is still quite remote back there, in fact some of the most remote place that close to Welles, Sturbridge, etc. IMO.

    I wonder if this location is going to play into the story somehow or if FD was trying to mislead. I just think it highly suspicious that FD ended up on Silver Spring back by Brown's reservoir. Did he turn around when it was unpaved? Did he go directly home using that 35/33-7-84 route?? I hope LE checked the accident records that day for the area FD said he was avoiding...

    MOO.
     
  17. afitzy

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    Whole situation with the GPS bracelets has me scratching my head!

    I will never forget the Colangelo comment after hearing IN COURT that MT had been back in CT for 3 weeks after being in NY for only one day.

    Colangelo I believe said, "The State had no knowledge of this situation your Honor"!

    Simply cannot make this stuff up!

    Comedians search high and low for material like this and we get it served up constantly on this case!

    FD has 2 things to do: stay in ct and charge his monitor IMO. So far he has failed to do both of these tasks. Why don't we ever seen consequences for anything in CT? Zip in Family Court and Almost Zip in Civil Court.

    Still laughing about No Case Norm's solution to his client that cannot follow a rule if his life depended on it when talking about the bracelet says, "Just take the damn thing off"!

    Yeah right.

    Not sure we will see a laughing Judge Blawie as yet again No Case Norm and his client are mocking the State of CT and its rules and regulations. Problem is the State of CT makes this so damn easy to do because it doesn't seem like the monitoring protocols are timely or foolproof.

    My vote is to send both No Case Norm and his client to the pokey! Pattis for violation of the gag order and FD for not charging the bracelet. I would pay money to see No Case Norm in an orange suit! Surprised it hasn't happened before now! If anyone can get their atty in an orange suit my guess is that it would be FD!

    MOO
     
  18. MemPat

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    Malignant Narcissists believe everything they say because their truth benefits them and nothing else matters.

    They get furious with anyone who calls them on a lie.

    FD wins this title, IMO.

    I haven't read anything that identifies Pattis as MN.

    Sometimes I think he just enjoys jerking people around and gets high on the attention.

    Spouting quotable garbage guarantees press coverage which translates into money down the road.

    MOO
     
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    Absolutely agree that there was little reason for FD to ever end up in that stretch of backwoods area.

    I can just imagine FD pulling out what little hair he has on his head as he leaves traffic and pavement and hits a dirt road!

    Can you imagine the temper tantrum?

    I wonder if the JD body is around that area and that is why FD returned to that location?

    MOO
     
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    "sickening revenge fantasies and plans to cause physical harm"... any other bodies some where? Did he actually do anything before this or was he just terrorizing JD? Was FD actually nice to his children?
     
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