Conn. man charged with harassing, threatening Fotis Dulos's lawyers

1010 WINS Newsroom
February 11, 2020 - 12:50 pm
Adam Davenport

New Haven Police Department


NEW YORK (1010 WINS) - A Connecticut man accused of making more than two dozens calls to Fotis Dulos' attorneys and threatening them has been charged with harassment.

The Hartford Courant reports New Haven police arrested 31-year-old Adam Davenport and charged him with second-degree harassment, a misdemeanor. The New Haven resident is accused of making a series of phone calls to attorneys Norm Pattis and Kevin Smith beginning in September.

The two lawyers were representing Dulos, who was charged with murdering his wife, Jennifer. Dulos died from suicide in late January.

The calls in September, Davenport reportedly told Pattis and Smith, "you better watch your back in the parking lot," according to the Courant. In October, he reportedly said that "Smith is not safe" and told the lawyers that "it’s gonna be real easy man, real easy."

Officials say Davenport admitted to making the calls but said he was only joking and meant no actual harm.

Dulos, a luxury home builder originally from Greece, was accused of killing his estranged wife, who has not been seen since she dropped their five children off at school in May in New Canaan. Her body has not been found despite extensive searches. Dulos had denied any role in her disappearance.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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