On Jan. 6, Fotis Dulos was charged with murder and kidnapping due to his alleged involvement in Jennifer Dulos' May 24 disappearance. In addition, his one-time girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, and his former attorney, Kent Mawhinney, were also charged with conspiracy to commit murder pertaining to the mother of five's whereabouts.

Since then, new details have continued to emerge regarding what transpired leading up to the aforementioned arrests.

According to Fox61, previously-unreleased voicemails were recently obtained that Fotis reportedly left for Mawhinney's estranged wife, several days before Jennifer went missing.

"Hi ******, this is Fotis Dulos from Fore Group. I just wanted to reach out to you when you get a chance my number is xxx-xxx-xxxx .thank you so much, bye-bye," one reportedly said.

A second voicemail was also allegedly left for her, which said, "Hi, *** it's uh Fotis Dulos, hope you're doing well, uh it's Sunday morning, mid-morning, and I'm just trying to touch base with you to see what the plan is so I can plan my uh afternoon evening accordingly ok. Call me back. Thank you so much, bye-bye."

Due to the fact that Mahwinney's estranged wife stated that Fotis was not a close family friend or relative, she thought the messages seemed suspicious. In sworn affidavits, she revealed that she believed the two were attempting to lure her to Fotis' home so that they could harm her in some way.

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This new development comes on the heels of other pieces of evidence emerging throughout the search efforts for the New Canaan, Connecticut resident. Earlier this month, reports surfaced that stated zip ties had been discovered that were "smeared with Jennifer Farber Dulos’ blood." This followed the discovery of her clothing, along with cleaning supplies, that were recovered last August.

Throughout the investigation, both Fotis and Michelle Troconis remained persons of interest as law enforcement officials attempted to locate Jennifer. During that time, not only was Fotis ordered to wear a GPS monitoring system and obey a gag order, but Troconis also faced her own court dates along with a 45-minute deposition.

At this time, all three parties involved are set 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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