Silver Alert CT- Jennifer Dulos, 50, New Canaan, 24 May 2019

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  1. CTPDMom

    CTPDMom Well-Known Member

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    It wouldn't be the first time LE would have picked someone up on a warrant just before a weekend (or holiday weekend) for those (and I'm sure other) reasons as well.
     
  2. Smoneywcbs

    Smoneywcbs Well-Known Member

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    Me, too. If it was from a news outlet...
     
  3. Alkali13

    Alkali13 Wannabe Criminalist

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    I posted it, hopefully that's okay, especially since the early tweet about the arrests that disappeared was referenced here.
     
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    New Canaan police and FBI searching for evidence in case of missing mom, Jennifer Dulos. This is in in Waveny Park off Merritt Parkway
     
  5. Alkali13

    Alkali13 Wannabe Criminalist

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    Marc Santia on Twitter

    It's back, but with video.

    NOW: New Canaan police and FBI searching for evidence in case of missing mom, Jennifer Dulos. This is in in Waveny Park off Merritt Parkway. @NBCNewYork
     
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    Alkali13 Wannabe Criminalist

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    News12CT on Twitter

    "A police evidence marker is placed off Lapham Road near Waveny Park in New Canaan as investigators continue to search park for signs of Jennifer Dulos."
     
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    Fotis Dulos, girlfriend held on high bond as FBI searches Waveny in Jennifer Dulos case
    UPDATE: 10:30 AM

    The FBI Evidence Recovery Team is concentrating its search in a wooded area of Waveny Park along the Merritt Parkway. Some FBI members are also on the Merritt searching the shoulder area.


    UPDATE 10:15 AM

    The FBI Evidence Recovery Team was seen placing orange evidence markers in the woods of Waveny Park near Lapham Road and the Merritt Parkway bridge.
     
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    Evidence marker at Waveny Park
     

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  9. Alkali13

    Alkali13 Wannabe Criminalist

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    Tony Aiello on Twitter

    "BREAKING: arrest warrant says Fotis Dulos and Michelle Troconis disposed of items that tested positive for traces of Jennifer Dulos’s blood. Also accused of altering license plates. @CBSNewYork"

    HERE WE GO, FOLKS!
     
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    Niky Active Member

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    Via Tony Aiello twitter

    BREAKING: arrest warrant says Fotis Dulos and Michelle Troconis disposed of items that tested positive for traces of Jennifer Dulos’s blood. Also accused of altering license plates. @CBSNewYork
     
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    Any idea what the evidence could be?
     
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  12. littlegreen

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    Oh no.
     
  13. oviedo

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    @gitana1 looks like the press has the warrants
     
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    Warrant
     

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  15. Alkali13

    Alkali13 Wannabe Criminalist

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    Yeah. It's incredibly sad, but it's also a step closer to justice.
     
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    Welllll..... the garbage bags ?
     
  17. gitana1

    gitana1 Verified Attorney

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    My clients feel the same way at times. But from the judge's perspective they have endless, non-stop cases where people make up the most outlandish things about one another and/or are caught lying or violating orders.

    But they don't end in murder.

    In pretty much every state the standard is the best interests of the children and most states believe that frequent and continuous access to both parents is best.

    So the end goal is always time with a parent even if that parent is troubled.

    Here, this guy was granted supervised visitation. That's highly restrictive in the world of family law. Someone has to essentially babysit him and follow him during all his time with the kids.

    And he was not granted overnights.

    Eventually those restrictions would probably be lifted though if he demonstrated that he was calming down or had taken an anger management course or something.

    It's frustrating because sometimes these parents really damage the kids. But the parental reltaitonhsip and parental rights are sacrosanct.

    That's why I'm the dependency court system reunification is the end goal even in cases like little Maleah Davis, who kept showing up at the hospital with suspicious "injuries" and we all know how that turned out.

    But the fact is that in 99.9999% of family law cases, no one ends up dead.

    Of course that doesn't factor in the emotional dmaage to kids from an angry, crazy parent but I guess they figure the emotional damage from not seeing a parent would be worse.

    I will say that in the majority of cases parents acting out after separation and during the pendency of the case seem to calm down once the divorce action has concluded. And judges know that.

    It's a hard thing to deal with for these judges who have nothing but crazy cases - one after another - and no real way to fix the parents. And no real way to tell which one will actually become that nightmare realized with a dead spouse or dead or physically damaged or kidnapped kids.
     
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  18. gitana1

    gitana1 Verified Attorney

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    Yes! Gross.
     
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  19. clearskies1

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    OMG.
     
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  20. Seattle1

    Seattle1 #LiveLikeLizzy

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    Is it relevant?

    Since you have no tweet to link, paraphrase the reporter name with "I think I saw __but it was deleted moments later."

    Fox61 reporter Carmen Chau did this late Saturday afternoon with tweet about the couple arrested, deleting tweet minutes later. Although it proved true later that night, she took much heat for it! (I think she was told off record by a source and accidentally tweeted). MOO
     
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