Transcript for New Details in Mansion Murder Mystery
And more than 1,800 dead, the roads melting, blocks of ice on the rickshaw. And the mansion murder mystery, this family and their housekeeper all killed in their home. And the delivery of $40,000, here's Ryan smith. Reporter: Tonight, police sifting through the rubble of this D.C. Mansion, towing cars, searching for clues at the scene of that horrific quadruple homicide and fire. And as prime suspect 34-year-old Daron Wint sits behind bars, charged with murder in connection with the killing of savvas, Amy and Phillip savopoulos and housekeeper Vera Figeroa, unresolved questions remain about the $40,000 in cash delivered to the home before it was set ablaze. According to a criminal complaint, an employee referred to as "W-1", savvas' driver tasked with handling daily assignments for him made the money drop. W-1 initially told police savvas called him to deliver a package the day of the fire, but later said savapoulos sent him those instructions by text the day before. And police say w-1 admitted that it lied when he told police the car where the money was to be dropped was locked. I suppose he could have made a mistake. What's striking is, there are a number of mistakes he corrects. He has not been arrested or charged with any crime. And the two surviving teen daughters face difficult days ahead, focusing on the funerals on Monday for their family. And now, an incident on a
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