Cops Say Suspect In Mansion Murder Did Not Act Alone
Cops say accused killer Daron Dylon Wint did not act alone in the murder of a wealthy D.C. family.
The accused killer of a wealthy family and their housekeeper did not act alone, cops say.
Businessman Savvas Savopoulous was killed with his wife, 10-year-old son, and housekeeper. Detectives are expressing doubt that suspect Daron Dylon Wint could have restrained, tortured, and killed four people on his own.
In court documents, investigators say Savvas’ driver "lied" about details of dropping the $40,000 ransom at the mansion just before the murders.
The driver has not been charged.
INSIDE EDITION is learning more about the family from a touching obituary released last night.
Savvas Savopoulous represented "integrity, compassion, and courage."
His wife, Amy was "long known for her giving and selfless nature."
Their son, Philip, nicknamed "Flip,” wanted to be a Formula 1 race car driver.
Two older sisters, Abigail and Katarina, were away at boarding school during the attack. According to the family obit, the three siblings cuddled up to watch one of their favorite movies - Finding Nemo.
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