On Wednesday, search warrants related to Jennifer Dulos' May 24 disappearance were released. The decision to allow the public to view the documents came on the heels of Jennifer's estranged husband, Fotis Dulos, being charged with murder and kidnapping regarding her whereabouts.

In addition to Fotis, his one-time girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, and former attorney, Kent Mawhinney, were also charged with conspiracy to commit murder for their alleged involvement.

Now, new details from the pages have come to light regarding what led up to the mother of five's disappearance.

As stated by Eyewitness News 3, the warrants revealed that over 60 pieces of evidence were taken from Jennifer's New Canaan, Connecticut, residence. It was revealed in the search warrants that law enforcement officials attempted to gain access to geolocations of both Fotis and Jennifer's vehicles through SiriusXM apps. However, the attempts were unsuccessful as the company stated they did not have such information.

The warrants also stated that Troconis had contacted a technician shortly after Jennifer went missing in order to back up the contents of her phone onto a hard drive. 

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As for what the documents revealed about the crime scene, it was stated by the Hartford Courant that Jennifer's blood was found in various places around the garage of her home, including on a concrete floor, in at least two garbage cans, and on a car door.

Additionally, as noted by Fox News, the "allegedly violent relationship" between Jennifer and Fotis leading up to her 2019 disappearance is illustrated in the warrants. Lauren Almeida, who once worked as a nanny for the family, discussed an event in 2017 when Fotis had allegedly chased Jennifer through the house,  She also claimed that he had once tried to hit Jennifer with a vehicle. The motion requesting Almeida's deposition was approved in November by Hartford Superior Court Judge Cesar Noble.

These new developments follow the recent release of previously-unheard voicemails that Fotis reportedly left for Mawhinney's wife and new information emerging about his alibi.

All three parties are scheduled to return to court next month. Troconis's date is scheduled for Feb. 7, Mawhinney's is set for Feb. 20, and Dulos will appear on Feb. 28.

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