Missing mom probe highlights hurdles in cases without a body

In this June 3, 2019, file photo, Fotis Dulos stands during arraignment on charges of tampering with or fabricating physical evidence and first-degree hindering prosecution at Norwalk Superior Court in Norwalk, Conn. Dulos was arrested again on Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2019, at his Farmington home in connection with the disappearance of his estranged wife Jennifer Dulos, the mother of five who has been missing since May 24. (Tyler Sizemore/Hearst Connecticut Media via AP, Pool, File) Michelle Troconis leaves Connecticut State Police Troop G in Bridgeport, Conn. after turning herself in to face additional charges in the Jennifer Dulos case, Thursday, Sept. 5, 2019. Troconis, the girlfriend of the estranged husband of a missing Connecticut mother of five has turned herself in to police to face a new charge. (Ned Gerard/Hearst Connecticut Media via AP) HARTFORD (AP) — The challenges law enforcement officials face in investigating a suspected murder without a body are on display in the case of missing Connecticut mother of five Jennifer Dulos.

Police documents reveal what some experts believe is overwhelming evidence compiled by investigators against her estranged husband, Fotis Dulos. Authorities have filed charges against him and his girlfriend, but only tampering with evidence and hindering […]

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