WASHINGTON - You can do a lot in 19 hours. Binge watch half of House of Cards Season 3, travel from DC to NYC and back twice, put in a full work day, happy hour, and head to bed.
For 19 hours starting on May 13, 2015, wealthy businessman Savvas Savopoulos, his wife Amy, their 10-year-old son Philip and their housekeeper Veralicia Figueroa were held hostage inside their stately Woodland Drive home in Washington, D.C. They were bound, suffocated, stabbed, and beaten. Then with gasoline doused on their bodies, they were set on fire.
One week after the gruesome murders and a nationwide man hunt, one man was arrested for the killings. Daron Wint. The Mansion Murders caught the attention of not only the greater DC-Maryland-Virginia area, but the nation as well. Despite the case's high-profile status, misinformation and confusion of the details still exist.
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The Mansion Murders - More coverage from FOX 5 DC:
Prosecutors: Suspect's DNA a 'possible contributor' on knife recovered inside Savopoulos home
Additional DNA evidence links Daron Wint to DC mansion murders
Prosecutors list evidence turned over to defense in DC mansion murders case
Suspect charged in DC mansion murders pleads not guilty
6 months later: A deeper look into the DC mansion murders investigation
Detective: DNA from vest, money links Daron Wint to DC quadruple murder
Search warrant: Baseball bat with blood on it found inside home of DC mansion murders
New attorney approved for man charged in DC mansion slayings
Items moved from Savopoulos house; suspect set for July court appearance
Search warrants: Shoe print, broken door show signs of forced entry into Savopoulos' home
FIRST ON FOX: Savopoulos assistant Jordan Wallace lied to police about details of $40,000 cash
Court documents: Police searched vehicle of Savopoulos assistant Jordan Wallace
Funeral services held for DC arson murder victims
Report: Wint took cab from NYC to Maryland
CAPTURED: Quadruple murder suspect Daron Wint arrested in Northeast DC
DC police examine large safe in garage of Savopoulos' home
Prosecution: Possible more than 1 person involved in Savopoulos murders
Details about Savopoulos's assistant who delivered $40,000 cash to family's home