Warrant: Jennifer Dulos’ body was in truck, Michelle Troconis told police

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BRIDGEPORT — State police say a truck Fotis Dulos had access to the day his wife disappeared contained a “bloodlike substance” found to contain Jennifer Dulos’ DNA.

Five days after the disappearance, Fotis Dulos had the vehicle cleaned. In an interview with police, his girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, allegedly said he had the truck washed “because the body of Jennifer at some point was in there.”

The new information comes from an arrest warrant for Fotis Dulos on a single count of evidence tampering, which he was charged with Wednesday.

State police said members of the Western District Major Crimes Squad arrested Fotis Dulos around 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at his Farmington home. He was transported to Troop G state police barracks in Bridgeport, where he was processed and released after posting bond just before 7 p.m.

The warrant — totaling 38 pages — contains a myriad of new information in the highly publicized case, and a more detailed timeline from police the day Jennifer Dulos disappeared.

For example, a residential camera still released in the warrant is the last-known photograph of Jennifer Dulos as she was walking toward her house at 8:05 a.m on May 24.“At the time this footage was recorded, (Fotis) Dulos […]

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