Farber Dulos' Nanny: I Made Odd Paper Towel Discovery

Her comments to police are included in Fotis Dulos' arrest warrant for murder of his wife
By Newser Editors,  Newser Staff
Posted Jan 8, 2020 11:53 AM CST
Connecticut State Police officers lead Fotis Dulos, center, from the State Police barracks to a waiting car Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020, in Bridgeport, Conn., after he was arrested at his home in Farmington. He faces charges he murdered his estranged wife Jennifer Dulos, who went missing in May 2019.   (AP Photo/Chris Ehrmann)
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(Newser) – Jennifer Farber Dulos' estranged husband was charged with her murder on Tuesday, and ABC News cites his arrest warrant in providing new alleged details in the Connecticut mom's May 24 disappearance. Officials allege that Fotis Dulos, 52, killed the mother of five in her garage between 8:05am and 10:25am, cleaned up the scene, and removed her body from the home via her vehicle. Per his arrest warrant, the children's nanny got to the house at 11:30am and noticed something strange: Lauren Almeida told officials that the night prior she had stocked the pantry with a 12-pack of paper towel rolls, but upon arriving found just 2 rolls there. More:

  • Almeida noted that a cup of tea and unopened granola bar sat on the counter.
  • Farber Dulos, 50, had doctor's appointments scheduled, and Almeida tried to reach her via text throughout the day. A 4pm call went to voicemail, and she told police, "Immediately my stomach sank ... in the almost seven years that I have worked for Jennifer I NEVER EVER had a hard time reaching her and NEVER had an issue with her phone being off."

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