New Canaan Police Department

Estranged husband of missing Connecticut mom: I love and miss my kids

June 26, 2019 - 2:25 pm

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- The estranged husband of a missing Connecticut woman spoke out for the first time Wednesday and said he misses his children.

Fotis Dulos was in court for a hearing on a motion by his missing wife Jennifer's divorce attorney to have Fotis and his attorneys held in contempt for violating a judge's order that sealed a custody and psychological evaluation conducted on their family.

"I just want to tell my children that they're constantly on my mind and that I love them and miss them very much," Dulos said.

The kids are now living with Dulos' mother-in-law after Jennifer disappeared about a month ago.

Fotis Dulos
New Canaan Police Department
Dulos and his girlfriend, 44-year-old Michelle Troconis, have pleaded not guilty to charges of evidence tampering and hindering the investigation. Police said they threw out items containing Jennifer's blood.

In court Wednesday, Dulos' lawyer repeated a suggestion that Jennifer may not be the victim of foul play. Norman Pattis said he's contemplating a revenge-suicide hypothesis as an explanation for her disappearance.

Earlier in June, court documents revealed that police had discovered blood in Dulos' garage and said that she had likely been victim to a "serious physical assault."

Video footage allegedly showed the defendants' pick up truck stopping 30 times along a four-mile stretch to allegedly dump garbage.

Jennifer Dulos was last seen on Friday May 24, dropping off her children at school.

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