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Defendant in D.C. “mansion murder” convicted of 20 bills

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A jury of the day sentenced the 37-year-old man to the killing of a family of three and their housekeeper, a case known nationally as Washington “mansion murder.”

The federal jury was on its third day of deliberation when it concluded that Daron Wint was guilty of all 20 bills including murder, burglary, extortion and theft in May 201

5 slayings of Savvas Savopoulos, 46; his wife Amy Savopoulos, 47; their 10-year-old son, Philip; and housekeeper Veralicia Figueroa, 57.

Their bodies were found after Savapoulos’ multimillion dollar home had been broken on May 14, 2015, the authorities said.

 Image: Murder suspected Wint is depicted in police booking photo Suspected Daron Dellon Dennis Wint is depicted in this 2007 police booking photo released on May 22, 2015. Oswego County Sheriff / via Reuters

“District residents were especially upset by this case due to the extreme concerns caused by the Savopoulos family and Mrs Figueroa, Metropolitan police chief Peter Newsham said in a statement Thursday.

Wint’s defense lawyers said in court that he had been kicked out of his place and was in a desperate state when he went to home with his former boss, Savvas Savapoulos, May 13 that year, according to the NBC News “Washington Affiliate WRC.”

Prosecutors said Wint kept his victims hostage and eventually killed them Savvas and Amy Savopoulos as well as Veralicia Figueroa were all beaten with a bat and pushed; Philip Savopoulos was stabbed and burned, according to the big jury an accusation against Wint.

 D.C. The police identified two of those who found dead in a burning home in the expensive Woodley Park area on Thursday as Savvas Savopoulos, 46, and his wife Amy Savopoulos, 47. D.C. The police identified two of those found dead in a burning home in the expensive Woodley Park area on Thursday as Savvas Savopoulos, 46, and his wife Amy Savopoulos, 47. Facebook via NBC Washington

Wint stole $ 40,000 of the family money, put the home on fire and fled, prosecutors said.

“In the aftermath of the assassination, Wint conducted a series of Internet searches for topics such as how to hit a light sensors test, 10 shelters for refugees and five countries that have no US extradition agreement,” according to a statement from Thursday from the US law firm in washington

Follow-up of law enforcement Wound down and arrested him May 21, 2015.

 Image: US-CRIME MURDER Police vehicles are seen outside a fire-damaged home where four people were killed last week in Washington DC on May 21, 2015. [19659011] SAUL LOEB / AFP – Getty Images

Wint faces a potential sentence in the life behind the bars without the opportunity to release, prosecutors said. Denten Romero is a freelance reporter based on the first of February in Los Angeles.

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