FARMINGTON, Conn. (AP) — Officers investigating an apparent suicide attempt by a Connecticut man charged in the murder of his long-missing wife were at his house Wednesday for a second day, police said.
A few officers remained at the Farmington, Connecticut, house where Fotis Dulos was found in a vehicle inside his garage Tuesday suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning, police dispatcher Tom Sevigny said.
After emergency responders found Dulos in medical distress, his lawyer Norm Pattis and others initially said that he was dead. Pattis later said he was told his client had a pulse.
Dulos was taken to the hospital in critical condition and transferred to the Jacobi Medical Center in New York City. A hospital spokeswoman said Wednesday she could not share information on his condition. ASSOCIATED PRESS Officers went to check on Dulos around noon Tuesday at his house in the Hartford suburb because he was running late for a bond hearing in the murder case. Pattis told NBC News that his client was facing “devastating news” that his $6 million bond could have been revoked and he could be sent to jail to await trial.
Mark Motuzick, who works at Capitol Bail Bonds in Hartford, said Fotis Dulos called him Tuesday morning and asked if the company could take over the bond. Motuzick said Dulos sounded out of breath when Motuzick called him back around 10:30 a.m. and said taking over the bond would not be easy and would require the court’s approval.
A bond hearing in the case was […]