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Moves Trial over Fitbit murder

Prosecutors have finally delivered all of the evidence state police collected in their investigation to the attorneys for Richard Dabate, accused of murdering his wife in their Ellington home in December 2015, clearing the way for the case to move toward an inevitable trial.

Tolland State’s Attorney Matthew Gedensky told Judge Sheila Prats Friday the last of the electronic records collected by state police have been turned over and “we should be able to move forward now” at the next court date. Prats set Dabate’s next court date for Aug. 31.

Dabate, 41, didn’t speak during his short appearance. He is free on $1 million bail.

A Marriage Marked By Secrets, A Murder Case Months In The Making

Late one night in November 2015, Connie Dabate texted her husband, Richard, a photo of her in sexy lingerie with the words, "I'm ready for u big boy."

A day before, Richard Dabate had texted his pregnant girlfriend to assure her that he and his wife have "talked about the divorce and are on the...

As usual, Dabate’s parents attended the court hearing with him. His attorney, Trent Lalima, said they are still reviewing the thousands of pages that have been turned over and that a trial is likely still years away.

State police obtained a variety of records during their investigation, including cellphone records for the couple, computer records from Richard Dabate's laptop, Facebook records for both of them and for Dabate's girlfriend, text messages and Fitbit records for Connie Dabate.

Connie Dabate's Fitbit indicated that her last movements were at 10:05 a.m. the day she died, nearly an hour after Richard Dabate told police she had been killed.

Facebook records showed Connie Dabate posted three videos at 9:46 a.m., and alarm system records showed movements throughout the house that didn't match Richard Dabate's description of the attack, the arrest warrant said.

Richard Dabate told investigators that armed intruders broke into their home and killed his wife. He said he was only able to escape by turning a blow torch on the intruder as he tried to tie him up. Richard Dabate was discovered by first responders on the kitchen floor still half-tied to a metal chair.

Warrant: Husband Charged With Ellington Woman's 2015 Murder Had Pregnant Girlfriend »

Richard Dabate eventually told state police in a six-hour interview that he had a pregnant girlfriend and that his wife was going to help "co-parent" the baby. He later acknowledged the pregnancy wasn't planned.

He promised his girlfriend he was getting a divorce, according to the arrest affidavit. The baby was born in February 2016. Richard and Connie Dabate had two sons who were 6 and 9 at the time of the slaying and are now in the custody of her parents.

Five days after Connie Dabate was killed, Richard Dabate tried to claim his wife's $475,000 life insurance policy but was rebuked by the insurance company. He has since been removed as executor of his wife's estate after a probate judge raised questions about what had happened to her finances.

At one point, Connie Dabate’s estate had been drained by Richard Dabate to only $6.42. The probate judge has halted the probate case until the murder trial is completed.

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