(VIDEO) D.C. MURDER SUSPECT CAUGHT IN DC WITH TRUCK FULL OF CASH

Caught! This savage and anyone involved in this case should be given the same treatment he gave the victims in this horrific murder. Is there a motive and was the motive for this gruesome murder just robbery or something more? 

Police have captured the man suspected of torturing and killing a wealthy family and their housekeeper before setting their mansion alight a week ago.

Daron Wint, 34, is wanted for the murders of American Iron Works CEO Savvas Savopoulos, his wife Amy, 10-year-old son Philip and housekeeper Veralicia Figueroa, who were all found murdered in their Washington D.C. home on May 14.
The dramatic arrest on Thursday night came after US Marshals located Wint at a Howard Johnson Inn hotel close to Route 1 in Northeast DC.
When they moved in to arrest him they discovered he had just left in a white Chevrolet Cruze, which was accompanied by a Ford box truck allegedly driven by his brother and filled with cash.
At 11pm, after tailing the vehicles with the help of a helicopter, the officers cornered the two vehicles and their occupants on Rhode Island Avenue near 12th Street in Washington, DC.
Five other people, including Wint’s brother, were arrested with him and taken into custody without incident, Police Chief Cathy Lanier confirmed.
The arrests end a week-long search in a sprawling investigation that still has more questions than answers.
Wint, from Lanham, Maryland, is suspected of holding the victims captive overnight.
Police believe they were tied up, doused in gasoline and tortured in an attempt to extort money from Mr Savopoulos, the head of the major industrial company.
Read more: Daily Mail


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