Jennifer Dulos case: New Canaan police chief expects more charges filed

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Jennifer Dulos case: New Canaan police chief expects more charges filed

NEW CANAAN — The town’s police chief says he can “foresee” more charges filed in the disappearance of Jennifer Dulos.

“I foresee additional charges in the future,” New Canaan Police Chief Leon Krolikowski told CNN’s Headline News . “That’s what I can commit to. I can commit to two things: We’re not going to rest until we find Jennifer, and anyone involved in her disappearance will be brought to justice.”

Fotis Dulos, 51, and Michelle Troconis, 44, have each pleaded not guilty to tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution charges in connection with the disappearance .

A case that has already grabbed international headlines remained in the spotlight this week.

On Monday, Fotis Dulos’ sister, Rena, initiated phone interviews with local media from her home in Greece to defend her brother . She also released a statement, saying Fotis Dulos is “astounded by the accusations” that have been made against him.

Fotis Dulos on Tuesday sat down with NBC New York for an extended interview, proclaiming his innocence and expressing hope his wife is found safe .The case will now also be featured on HLN’s “True Crime Live” at 2 p.m. Wednesday.A portion of that segment was released Tuesday with CNN correspondent Jean […]

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