Suspect identified in quadruple slaying in DC
The most wanted man in America was seen chillin’ on his father’s front porch one day after the horrific murder of four people. He has been identified using DNA on a pizza crust.
The man suspected of torturing and killing a wealthy CEO and his family was spotted sitting calmly on his father’s front step a day after the quadruple homicide, Daily Mail Online can reveal.
Savvas Savopoulos, 46, his wife Amy, 47, and their ten-year-old son Philip wear found dead after a mystery blaze engulfed their $4.5m property last Thursday.
Police suspect they were tied up, doused in gasoline and tortured in an attempt to extort money from Mr Savopoulos, head of a major industrial company, American Iron Works, Inc.
Their 57-year-old housekeeper, Veralicia Figueroa, was also found dead inside the family home in Northwest DC, which is just blocks away from Vice President Joe Biden’s official residence.
Daron Dylon Wint, 34, was named the prime suspect Wednesday night after his DNA was found on a discarded pizza crust found at the scene of the murders. A family member described him as ‘arrogant’.
As police continued their hunt for him today, Jarred Brooks, 31, a neighbor of the suspect’s father, said he spotted him ‘a day’ after the slayings.