February 21, 2024
State police investigator testifies on Hartford evidence found in Jennifer Farber Dulos case

STAMFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — The trial of Michelle Troconis resumes on Monday with more testimony from a state police sergeant on the first days following Jennifer Farber Dulos’ disappearance in May 2019.

Connecticut State Police Sgt. Kenneth Ventresca took the stand late Friday and showed photos of Albany Avenue in Hartford. This location has been vital to this case and is expected to play a significant role in the trial.

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Troconis faces charges of second-degree hindering prosecution, tampering with physical evidence and conspiracy to commit murder.

Troconis is accused of being with Fotis Dulos when he drove around Hartford disposing of evidence and was allegedly with him when he washed a truck to clear it of evidence. She has denied any involvement in Farber Dulos’ disappearance.

Dulos died by suicide after being charged eight months after Farber Dulos disappeared. In his suicide note, Dulos said Troconis, his live-in girlfriend at the time he allegedly killed Farber Dulos, had nothing to do with her disappearance.

Farber Dulos’ body has never been found. However, a judge declared her dead in October 2023.


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