HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) - As the estranged husband of a missing New Canaan mother headed to a probation meeting on Wednesday, the search for her continued.
Fotis Dulos posted his $500,000 bond on Tuesday, nearly three weeks after anyone had seen or heard from Jennifer Dulos.
The meeting happened at the Probation Department on Wawarme Avenue in Hartford at 8 a.m.
Since Fotis Dulos is fitted with GPS monitoring, the meeting was meant to discuss the conditions of his release, his attorneys said.
Before the meeting, he was seen jogging near his Farmington home. Afterwards, he was spotted renting a vehicle, as his is being used as evidence.
Eyewitness News also exclusively spoke with his legal team on Tuesday.
After he was released from jail on Tuesday, Eyewitness News cameras recorded him and a team of lawyers travel to Bridgeport Correctional Center to pick up some things.
Their next stop was Fotis Dulos' mansion on Jefferson Crossing in Farmington, where police have been searching for weeks in connection with the disappearance of Jennifer Dulos.
Dulos and an attorney then headed to a Residence Inn in Avon where his team told Ch. 3 he gathered some more belongings.
The inn was the same location that his girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, stayed last week. They were also both arrested at that hotel on June 1.
Troconis also faced a judge on Tuesday.
Fotis Dulos briefly stopped at a People's United Bank and crossed the street to head into a grocery store in Avon.
He has been staying at the Farmington mansion on Jefferson Crossing, which is possibly where he'll spend the rest of his time while out on bond.
The search for Jennifer Dulos continues
It's been 19 days since Jennifer Dulos was last seen dropping her children off at school in New Canaan.
Investigators continue to search for clues at the MIRA trash facility in Hartford. State police were spotted there again on Wednesday morning.
Troopers and K9s were also seen at a new location on Wednesday, in a wooded area off Old Farms Road in Avon.
New Canaan police said state troopers were searching a body of water in the area.
On Dulos' business website, it references his family water-skiing at the Avon Old Farms Ski Club, which is where dive teams were searching on Wednesday.
According to divorce records, Jennifer said "My husband is obsessed with water-skiing and insists that the children must train to be world class water skiers."
She goes on to say "my husband has insisted that the children follow a rigorous 'training' schedule that is both dangerous and excessive."
The search for Jennifer has spanned several towns, including New Canaan, Farmington, Hartford, Avon, and even New York.
Jennifer Dulos' friends and family released a statement on Tuesday.
"We must not lose sight of the enormous human cost of this tragedy," they said. "Jennifer's five children have not seen their mom in more than two weeks."
'Not guilty' pleas
Both Fotis Dulos and Troconis pleaded "not guilty" to evidence tampering and hindering prosecution charges during Tuesday's court appearances.
See their appearances here.
Troconis had her travel restricted by the judge.
New evidence presented by prosecutors in court placed Fotis Dulos at what they called the crime scene, the home Jennifer Dulos was renting in New Canaan.
They said a mixture of Fotis Dulos' and Jennifer Dulos' blood was found on a kitchen faucet.
They said Fotis Dulos was at the home two days before the mother's reported disappearance, which police said was on May 24.
However, Fotis Dulos' attorney, Norm Pattis, said his client has an alibi and was not in New Canaan that day.
"I would ask everyone to put aside the easy narrative here, that 'an angry ex-spouse took matters into his own hands to resolve a custody dispute,'" Pattis said. "That didn't happen. Having said that, I don't know what happened."
Before Fotis Dulos posted his bond, his defense team had to find his passport, which he surrendered as part of the conditions of his bond.
Since a plea for information, New Canaan police said Wednesday they have received 475 tips from all over the U.S. and Australia. They also received 80 surveillance video.
Anyone with information about her disappearance is asked to contact New Canaan police at 203-594-3544.
They also created a website dedicated to finding Jennifer Dulos. It can be found here.
Tips and info can also be emailed in to FindJenniferDulos@newcanaanct.gov.