BRIDGEPORT — Jennifer Lawlor could not recall any specific aspects of her interactions with investigators following the 2018 murder of her daughter, Emily Todd, as she testified Tuesday at the trial of the man accused of his murder.
But she detailed the times she learned Todd, 25, would never return to her Bethel home after a frantic day of unreturned calls and texts on December 9, 2018.
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