Fotis Dulos to appear in court over GPS monitoring device concerns


STAMFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Fotis Dulos, estranged husband to missing New Canaan mom, Jennifer Dulos, has been ordered to appear in court Monday over concerns related to his GPS monitoring device.

The Hartford Courant reports that the probation department is concerned that Dulos is not properly charging the batteries of his GPS location monitoring device.

Tuesday will be four months since Jennifer Dulos disappeared after dropping her five children off at school in New Canaan. She was going through a nasty divorce with Fotis. Police say there were signs of a violent struggle in her New Canaan home.

Dulos and his girlfrirend have both been arrested on charges of tampering with evidence. Police say they have them on tape driving around Hartford dropping garbage bags in dumpsters. Some of the contents recovered tested positive for Jennifer’s blood.

Fotis was then arrested again for allegedly ordering the employee whose truck he drove to New Canaan to remove the seats and throw them away.

As for today, the appearance in Hartford has to do with money Jennifer’s family loaned to Fotis for his real estate business. The two sides differ greatly on the amount Fotis owes Jennifer’s family.

The other case involved the GPS ankle monitor Fotis has been wearing since he was first arrested and posted half a million dollars bond in early June.

The Hartford Courant reports there were four times this summer when he did not properly charge the device, so he has been ordered back to court to account for that. Part of the deal of his release was he has to keep the thing charged. It’s just like charging your phone, except it’s attached to your ankle, so you have to sit next to a power outlet for an hour or so while it charges.

Dulos is set to appear before a Stamford judge 2 p.m. Monday.

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