STAMFORD, Conn. (WTIC) -- Two of the three suspects in the case of the disappearance of New Canaan mother Jennifer Dulos were able to post bond Thursday.
Michelle Troconis’ mother and sister entered Stamford Superior Court fully expecting to be escorting Michelle out after she posted bond. Instead, Troconis was escorted by police into Stamford Hospital, walking under her own power, with an undisclosed illness.
Fotis Dulos emerged from the courthouse, saying nothing, before getting into an SUV and heading back to Farmington.
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To post his $6 million bond, Dulos had to come up with just over $420,000. For her $1.5 million bond, Troconis was responsible for $105,000.
Kent Mawhinney, the third defendant in this case, was unable to post his $2 million bond Thursday. He is charged, like Troconis, with conspiracy to commit murder.
Dulos and Troconis were both fitted with GPS monitoring devices before leaving the courthouse Thursday, and they are ordered to be held under house arrest, WFSB reports.
Police said Fotis Dulos has been charged with capital murder, murder, and kidnapping. Michelle Troconis has been charged with conspiracy to commit murder.