Police conduct search at Fotis Dulos' Farmington home

A search warrant is being executed at the home of Fotis Dulos after he attempted to take his own life and was rushed to the hospital.

News 12 Staff

Jan 29, 2020, 6:21 PM

Updated 1,546 days ago

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A search warrant is being executed at the home of Fotis Dulos after he attempted to take his own life and was rushed to the hospital.
Police have been seen coming in and out of the driveway of Dulos' Farmington home, but they were not allowed inside until around 4 p.m. Wednesday.
Detectives from the State Police Western District Major Crimes Unit are presumably looking around Fotis Dulos' home to see if he left a suicide note, or for any additional evidence in his wife's disappearance.
Dulos attempted to take his own life Tuesday after a judge called an emergency hearing to revoke his $6 million bond, and likely send him back to jail.
Court documents show his Farmington house is under foreclosure, and Dulos' claimed his other home in New Canaan was worth $300,000 more than it actually is.
The two factors combined led an insurance company to ask the judge to revoke his bond.
Police have set up a mobile crime lab parked out front of 4 Jefferson Crossing.
Dulos remains in critical condition at a Bronx hospital, and a bond hearing will go on without him at Stamford court today at 2 p.m., officials say.


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