The Mansion Murders, Episode 4: Arrest Warrant

Posted: Oct 24 2017 12:20PM EDT

Video Posted: Oct 24 2017 12:49PM EDT

Updated: Oct 25 2017 10:40AM EDT

WASHINGTON - Note: Daron Wint was arrested for the murders of the Savopoulos family and their housekeeper, Vera Figueroa, in May 2015. He has pleaded not guilty to all charges, and is awaiting trial in September 2018.

Episode 4 of The Mansion Murders podcast takes a closer look at people named in the arrest warrant of this case. Plus, for the first time ever, an eyewitness comes forward to discuss where she allegedly saw Daron Wint on the day of the murders.

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In addition to that, police disclosed that Jordan Wallace, Savvas Savopoulos' driver and courier, lied to authorities about how he delivered ransom money to the Savopoulos' home. We look into who Jordan is and his involvement in this case.

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Also on this episode, we hear from Jim Trainum, a retired DC homicide detective, and his friend Gregg McCrary, is former FBI criminal profiler. They share their opinions on this story. Could Daron Wint have acted alone? Does Daron's criminal past lend itself to murdering a family and setting their bodies on fire?

Jim Trainum and Gregg McCrary did not work on this case. They only share their opinions based on their experience and general knowledge of the case.

Episode 4 will be available Wednesday morning at 7 am. Check back here to listen or you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Google Play and Audioboom. You can also join our The Mansion Murders Facebook group for more updates!


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