HARTFORD, Conn. (WTIC) -- Connecticut State Police have confirmed that Fotis Dulos, the estranged husband of Jennifer Dulos, was taken into custody Wednesday afternoon.
Fotis is facing new charges of tampering with or fabricating physical evidence. Fotis posted a $500,000 bond where he was then released Wednesday night.
“We plead not guilty to the pending charges. We intend to plead not guilty to these charges and we look forward to a full day in court,” said Pattis.
State police released a 43-page arrest warrant in this case.
The arrest warrant states Fotis' girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, admitted to police during an interview on June 2 that she could not account for Fotis' whereabouts on the morning Jennifer went missing (May 24). Michelle and Fotis also wrote “alibi scripts” detailing where they were on 5/24 and 5/25, but Michelle later admitted the details were false, according to the warrant.
The warrant also details how police believe Fotis used a Fore Group worker's Toyota Tacoma truck to go down to New Canaan.
On page 13 of the warrant, police released the last known photo of Jennifer alive.
Police also believe that Fotis drove Jennifer's vehicle with her body inside and a number of other items used in the cleanup.
Also, state police mention surveillance video that shows the Tacoma traveling back to Farmington.
The arrest warrant also states that one of Fotis' workers told officers that Fotis told him to change out the seats of the Tacoma – lab techs found blood-like substance matching Jennifer's DNA on those seats. The worker had swapped out the seats in the truck but saved the original seats.