DC Mansion Killings: New Questions About Man Who Delivered Money

A driver for the Savopoulos family made a $40,000 money drop, according to a criminal complaint.
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serious new developments in the mansion murder. Police are still searching for clues this morning. And now there are questions about the worker who delivered that $40,000 to the home. And what he told police. Ryan smith has the story. Reporter: Overnight, police poring over the home where those four brutal murders took place in an upscale D.C. Nand. Towing cars from the crime scene. In search of any clues to aid the investigation. This morning, learning more about the $40,000 in cash delivered to the home before it was set ablaze. With salve vas savopoulos, wife Amy, son Phillip, and house cooper Vera inside. Am employee who worked as a driver, handling daily assignments, known as w-1. He delivered a package the day of the fire. Late, those instructions were September by text a day before. And w-1 admitted he lied when he told police the car where the money was to be dropped was locked. W-1 has not been arrested. And not charged with any crime. That will be the real focus. Are the statements willful? A mistake? Or did he just plain not understand the questions? Reporter: While police hunt for accomplices. This morning, 36-year-old Daron Wint is the only person charged if connection with the murders. An attorney who represented him in the past said he's not capable of this kind of crime. He's intelligent. He's got street sense. He's not a street thug by any means. Reporter: As the surviving family members preparing to lay them to rest this week. He's said to be from one of the islands that makes him of the Greek orthodox religion. A 10-year-old dreaming of becoming a race car driver. The latest on "Saved by the bell" star Dustin diamond.

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