Connecticut State Police are searching a trash facility in Hartford for evidence related to the disappearance of a New Canaan mother.
Arrest warrants released Monday show the blood of 50-year-old Jennifer Dulos was found on clothing and other items dumped in several locations in Hartford where two people matching the description of her estranged husband and his girlfriend were recorded on video disposing of trash.
A source with knowledge of the investigation told NBC Connecticut that state police contacted the Materials Innovation and Recycling Authority (MIRA) on Friday about a garbage truck that made a collection on Tuesday, May 28.
The garbage was processed the same day, according to the source.
State police arrived at MIRA on Monday with 20 troopers and a number of K9s.
The source said MIRA directed state police to an area in the facility where shredded garbage would be so they could search it.
State police began searching through the material at the site on Maxim Road on Monday and are continuing their search on Tuesday.
MIRA released a statement about the police activity at the facility.
“The Materials Innovation and Recycling Authority ("MIRA") receives municipal solid waste from the City of Hartford and other communities via contract at the Connecticut Solid Waste System Resource Recovery Facility (“CSWS RRF”) in Hartford, Connecticut. MIRA is currently cooperating with the Connecticut State Police regarding their need to investigate solid waste delivered to the CSWS RRF,” the statement from the company says.
Prosecutors told a judge Monday that they expect to file additional charges.
Dulos' mother Gloria Faber on Tuesday filed for custody of her grandchildren. The children have been staying with Farber in New York since their mother disappeared.