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State Police Charge Fotis Dulos with Murder, Kidnapping

State police on Tuesday charged the estranged husband of Jennifer Dulos, a New Canaan mom of five who’s been missing since last May, on charges of capital murder, murder and kidnapping, officials said. Fotis Dulos, 52, of Farmington, is being held on $6 million bond, according to a press release issued by the Connecticut State Police Office of Media Relations. Continue Reading →

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Jennifer Dulos Family: A Deeply Genuine, Compassionate, Trustworthy Person

“Many people have asked for more details about Jennifer, as a person, a mom, a friend. Jennifer is brilliant and creative—she graduated with honors from Brown University and earned an MFA in writing from NYU. As a teen, she was a nationally ranked junior squash player. Much more important, Jennifer is a deeply genuine person, compassionate and trustworthy. She is also subtly hilarious….” – Statement from the family of Jennifer Farber Dulos Continue Reading →

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Disturbing Details Emerge in New Canaan Parking Incident that Led to Arrest of Greenwich Man

The Greenwich man arrested by warrant last week for hurling expletives and racial epithets, including a reference to ‘Ferguson’—the Missouri town where a police officer last month shot and killed an unarmed black teenager—at an African-American parking enforcement officer in New Canaan, later told officials that he was targeted “because I’m white” and tried to get out of the $15 ticket, documents show. On Aug. 28, hours after driving away from Morse Court, where he’d been issued a $15 parking ticket around 9:45 a.m., David G. Liebenguth, 55, of Cos Cob, phoned the New Canaan Parking Bureau and left a message saying, “You have a racist working for you” and that the parking enforcement officer “wrote me a ticket because I’m white but let the black guy go,” according to the New Canaan Police Department’s application for Liebenguth’s arrest. That claim is at odds with at least one eyewitness’s version of the encounter as well as with what Liebenguth himself summarized in a letter that he later sent to police. Continue Reading →

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