Fotis Dulos, accused Connecticut killer, rushed to Bronx hospital after suicide attempt

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A Connecticut man accused of murdering his wife last May is being transferred to a Bronx hospital after an apparent suicide attempt Tuesday morning, according to multiple reports.

Dulos, 52, and his former girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, 45, are accused of having a hand in his wife’s disappearance. With evidence stacked against him, Dulos may have tried to take his life in his home in Jefferson Crossing, Conn.

Farmington Police Department, while performing a wellness check after he no-showed for a bond hearing, found Dulos and though he was originally reported to be dead, news sources say he is being kept on life support.

According to Eyewitness News, Dulos was found in his car parked in the garage in obvious distress before life-saving measures were performed. Multiple sources say that Dulos had a pulse when emergency responders arrived.

Though his wife’s body has not been found, Dulos has been seen on security footage dumping items containing the victim’s blood in a dumpster, reports said.

Dulos and his wife, Jennifer, had five children between the ages of 8 and 13 at the time of her disappearance.

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