The arrest warrant states Fotis' girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, admitted to police during an interview on June 2 that she could not account for Fotis' whereabouts on the morning Jennifer went missing (May 24).
Dulos, 51, and his girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, have been free on US$500,000 (NZ$785,000) bail since their arrest in early June for hindering prosecution and tampering with evidence in connection with the May 24 disappearance of Farber Dulos.
State police arrested Fotis Dulos at his Farmington home Wednesday afternoon and charged him with tampering with physical evidence.
Troconis was processed at the state barracks in Bridgeport, posted bond and has been released from police custody, authorities confirmed.
The 38-page arrest warrant from Wednesday's arrest contained new details about the case including a more extensive timeline of Farber Dulos' disappearance. The notes were proven to be inaccurate and "included alibi witnesses who were later determined to be false", according to the warrant, and Troconis later admitted the events did not happen. The auto was registered under the name of the wife of one of Fotis' employees, who said Fotis used the vehicle and directed him to replace its seats.
Dulos' attorney Norm Pattis reacted to the new arrest. Fotis Dulos will make a court appearance six days earlier. Bowman said she was innocent until proven guilty.
In the warrant, police also presented still photos of Jennifer's vehicle heading toward her residence at 8:05 a.m. on the day she was reported missing.
The warrant also details how police believe Fotis used a Fore Group worker's Toyota Tacoma truck to go down to New Canaan.
"It sounds like the state is trying to convince itself that Fotis is responsible for Jennifer's disappearance, " Norman Pitts said in a statement.
Police say the employee's story of working at a job site all day the day Jennifer Dulos disappeared checked out and they believe he had no involvement. When and if the state decides it can prove its case, we will welcome the chance to meet the case in open court. He was released on $500,000 bail and is expected to appear in Norwalk Superior Court next Thursday. "When do we get the chance to question these folks?" "I love my children, that's about it".
Michelle Troconis was arrested Thursday for the second time in the unusual saga of missing mother Jennifer Dulos. Investigators later discovered the "blood-like substance" on one of the seats.