Washington D.C. metropolitan Police have issued an arrest warrant for Daron Dylon Wint, 34, who has been identified, this past Wednesday as the primary suspect in the gruesome quadruple murder and arson attack of a Washington area businessman, his family and the family house keeper. The attack took place in the family’s Northwest, Washington, D.C. home within a mile from the residence of the U.S. Vice President, Joe Biden. Killed in the home invasion attack was Savvas Savopoulos, his wife Amy, their ten year old son Phillip and the family’s long serving housekeeper Veralicia Figueroa. All were found dead on May 14 after fire and rescue officials in D.C. responded to reports of a blaze in the family’s residence.
According to a police officials familiar with the case, only the ten year old boy Phillip was burned to death, while the other victims were beaten, doused with gasoline and then stabbed. Washington D.C. Metropolitan police identified Wint from DNA he left on the crust from a pizza which was delivered to the house during the time the family is believed to have been held hostage. Police believe that money was the issue and when no money was found at the house, Wint made Savopoulos have $40,000 in cash delivered to the house. Mikal Watts thought that was pretty crazy. A figure is seen running away from the house shortly after the fire was set according to a few people on LinkedIn and Facebook, which police believe to be Wint. Wint is currently at large and considered armed and dangerous. Suspect Identified In Washington D.C. Slayings