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SUPERIOR COURT OF'THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

SPECIAL PROCEEDING BRANCH


ln re: Arres{ of Daron Dylon Wint

Misc. No.

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Filed under Seal

MOTION TO SEAL AFFIDAVIT IN SUPPORT OF


ARREST W ARRANT AND I\4EIUO RANDUM IN SL]PPOR TI"IEREOF
The United States of America. by its counsel. the United States Attomey for the District

of

Columbia, respectfully moves the Court for an Order directing that the afldavit in support ofthe
above-captioned arrest warrant be placed under seal unlil further order olthe

Court. [nsuppo(of

its motion, the govemment states as follorvs:

The at'fidavit in support of the arrest rr'arrant describes an ongoing police investigation
which includes information not known to the general public. Disclosure ofthe information would

jeopardize the ongoing investigation, u,ould also raise significant safety concerns for both
witnesses involved in this investigation and the police officers attempting to zurest rhe defendanr.

WHEREFORE. the govemment respectfully requesrs thal rhe alldavit in support of the
arrest warranl be placed under seal.

Respectfully submitted,
Vincent Cohen. Jr.
Acting United States Attorney
By:
e
Jeffrey R.
Assistant United States Attorney
555 4rH Street, N.W., Room 97 t 7
Washinglon, D.C. 20530
(202) 2s2 7242
DC Bar 41 5214

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SUPERIOR COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA


SPECI

AL

PROC EEDI,NG

ln re: Arrest of Daron D1,lon Wint:

BRA.\CH

Misc. No.

6 Cetil t+51

Filed under Seal

ORI)IR
Upon consideration of the motion 10 seal the alfidavit in suppon of the above-captioned

search $'arrant,

it is

this

1fl dal ol

Ma1, 201-5. hereb) ORDERED. that the

Covernmenl's Motion is hereby GRANTED and the allldavit in support of the above-captioned

arest warrant fbr Daron Dvlon Wint be sealed unlil further order of the Court.

Judge.

Court of the District of Columbiu

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SUPERIOR COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA


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Also Knorvn As:

Address:

Daron Dylon

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(PDrD)
(Lasr)

5408 85th Ave., Apt. T-2, Lanham. MD

DARON DYLON WINT. rvithir the District of Coiumbia, while armed qith an unkno\\rt object, in perpetrating ard
atterlrpting to perperate the crirne ofkidnapping kilied Savvas Savoponlos by striking and stabbing him with an
uuknown object on or about May I4. 2015. thereby causing injuries liom t hich Sarlas Sar,opoulos died oD or about
May14,2015. (First Degree ivlurdcr White Arnred - Felony Murder, in r iolation of 22 D.ClCd$r Sectiopg

210t,4s02(2001

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WARRANT
To The Unitcd Stotcs Marshll or a !-.tthcr authorized federal ofli.er or the Chiefof Police ol thc Dislri.l ofColumbio:
iVHERXAS rhe foregoing complaint and affidavit supportirg the allegatiors thereof haYe been submitted, end there appearing probsble cause and reasonable grounds for the issuancc of an arresa warrant
DaIo! Dylon Wint
for
YOU ARE TIIEREFORE COMMANDED TO BRING THE DEFENDANT BEFORE SAID COURT OR
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OTHER PERSON ENUMERA.TED I;r* I8 U.S.C. 3041 f Tth$ith tO AN

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Officer's Name:

Date,i Time: Mav l9- 2015

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USW NO.:

AFFIDAVIT IN SUPFORT OF AN ARREST WARRANT


NICKNAME

DEFENDANI'S NAME

ALIASES

cAv^t

CCN:

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l5-06998 I

Wint, Daron Dylon


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DEFENDANT'S HOME ADDRESS:
5.+08 85'h Avenue T-2 Lanham. Ma
EFE,NDANT'S BUSINI]SS ADDRESS

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RACE

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HCT

155

TELEPHONE NUMBER

N/A

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TELEPHONE NUMBER

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TELEPHONE NUMBER

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los, Phili Sav

avvas Savopoulos, Am Savo


LOCATION OF OFFENSE:

ulos. Veralitsa Fi

320lWoodland Drive NW
CAUTION AND MEDICAL CONDITIOn*S (CMC) s.l.ct. rrlid

m:

Am|cd and Drnscroos

-_
_

= violcnr Tcndncid

-05l0 = Manial Ans Etpen

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Erplorive Eipcrtisc
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TIME OF OFFENSE
1324 hours

DATE OF OFFENSE

5n4/20t5
CIrtC mdc brlos for Eror.d prso!

25 = Esca!. Risk

50 = Hcan Condirion

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_

l0 = scruallt violcor Prdlalor

_70

60 = Allcrsics

hen usin!

65 = Egilcpsy

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thlc.ution i.di(tror.

= Orher {Explain)

= suicidal

80 = Medic ion R.$in:d


85 = Himophiliic
90 = Dilbatic

GIVE BRJEF DESCRITTION OF WHAT HAPPENED:

Police Repoi:

On Thursday, May 14,2015, at approximately l:24 pm, members from the District of Columbia Fire
Department were dispatched to the report of a house fire at 3201 Woodland Dr, Norrhwest, Washington,
D.C. Upon the units arrival, firefighters observed smoke and fire visrble tiom a second floor window of a
three story residential home. Frrefighters forced entry into the residences' front door and began fire
supprcssion. The fire was primarily contained to a second floor room and closet, with minor extension to an
adjacent bathroom.

While extinguishing the fire, firefighters located tfuee unconcsious adults on the second floor o[ the residence
in a bedroom. The three adults were ultimately identified as Mr. Savvas Savopoulos, the father, Mrs. Amy
Savapoulos, the mother- and Mrs. Veralicia Figueroa, the housekeeper. All three of those adults appeared to
have suffered lrauma to their bodies. Mr. Savopoulos and Mrs. Savopoulos rvere removed from the residence
by firefighters, but both werc found to have no signs consistant with life and remained at the scene. Both Mrand Mrs. Savopoulos were pronounced dead on the scene. Mrs. Figueroa rvas removed from the residence and
transported to Georgetown University Hospital were lifesaving efforts failed and Mrs. Figueroa was
pronounced dead.

A fourth decedent was located in an adjacent bedroon'), where the fire is believed to have begun.

PLEASE ISSUE A WARRANT FOR:

ED T\ND S\\'ORN TO BEFORE I\tE THIS

f)aron I)v lon Wint


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CRTMINAL DIVISIOn.
US\Y NO.:

AFFIDAVIT IN SLTPPORT OF AN ARREST \YARRASNT


NICKNAME

DEFENDANT'S NAME

ALIASES

CCN:

Wint, Daron Dylon

WGT
155

HCT
DOB:
I I /27 /80
5'7"
DEFENDANT'S HOME ADDRESS
RACE

SEX

15(Ar,,t

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PDlD

5-069981

HCT
TELEPHoNE NUMBER

5408 85'h Avenue T-2 L-anham, Malyland

N/A

DEFENDANT'S BUSINESS ADDRESS

TELEPHONE NUMBER

N/A

N/A

COMPLAJNANT

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NAME:

TELEPHOiT-E NUMBER

Sawas Savopoulos, Arny Savopoulos, Philip Slvopoulos, Veraltisa Figugroa


DATE OF OFFENSE

LOCATION OF OFFENSE:
3201 Woodland Drive NW

5/t4/15

CAUTION AND IIEDICAL CONDITIOIT-S tCtr{C)

O0 = Armed and

Drngmus

= violenl Tendencis
I0 = Ilsflinl Ans Exptn
15 = Explosile ExFeflise
l0 = KnoM Io.buse dntss

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25 = Ercapc Risl
10 = Seiually Violcnr Prcdnror
50 = Hean Condifion

60 = Allcrgics

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_70

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TIME OF OFFENSE
1324 hours
hm n<nr rh..".i;-

_ 0l = OrlEr (Erplain)

= Epil.ps)

= Suicidal
80 = Mcdicltion R.quared
85

= H.moJthililc

90 =

Dirbai.

GTVE BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF WHAT HAPPENED:

This decedent remained on scene and rvas pronounced dead. This decedent is believed to be Philip
Savopoulos, the the lO-year-old male child of Mr. and Mrs. Savolopoulos. The remains of all four
deccdents were transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner for the District of Columbi4
pending an autopsy and a detemrination of a cause and manner of death.

On Friday, May 15, 2015, Dr. Nikki Mounzinos of the OCMEDC conducled an autopsy on all four decedents
Dr. Mourtzinos ruled Mr. and Mrs. Savopoulos and Mrs. Figueroa's cause of death was ruled to be blunt force
and sharp force trauma, and thejuvenile, believed to be Philip Savopoulos' cause ofdeath was thermal and
sharp force injuries and the manner of all four deaths was determined to be homicide.
The scene of the investigation is a three story, brick residential honre with a basement. The juvenile decedent
was located in a bedroom on the second floor. which suslained heavy fire damage. The decedent was located
on the charred remains/matress spring of a queen sized bed. The majority of the bed frame had been consumed
by fire and the floor under the bed sustained heavy fire damage, and in some area was totally consumed by fire.
There was fire damage to all furniture in the room and the charred remains of some furniture features impress
that some fumiture was all, or nearly all, consumed by fire. A strong odor consistent with that of gasoline was
present throughout the home. An accelerant K-9 was introduced to the scene and indicatcd the presence of an
ignitable liquid on the stairs and i n the room in which the three adults were located. Several matches and a
matchbox were found at the toP o{'the stairs

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CRIMINAL DIVISION
USW NO.:

A}'FIDAVIT IN SUPPORT OF AN ARREST WARRANT


NICKNAI,IE:

DEFENDANT'S NAME

CCN:

ALIASES

Wint, Daron Dylon


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DOB:
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TELEPHONE NU[-IBER

DEFENDANT'S HOME ADDRESS:

5408 85d" Avenue T-2 Lan}am, M

N/A

land

OET'EIVOATT'S BUSINESS ADDRESS

TELEPHONE NUMBER

N/A

N/A

TELEPHONE NTMBER
COMPLAINANT'S NAME
Savvas Savopoulos, AnlY Savopoulos, Phil-ip Savopoulos, Veraltisa Fi gugroa
.TIME
OF OFFENSE
DATE OF OFFENSE
LocATIoN oF oFFENSE:
1324 hours
sil41t5
3201 Woodland Drive NW
CIIC

CAUTION AND ]I'EDIC

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_

25 = E cap

D&lErous
05 = Violent Tcnd.nci6
l0 = Manial Ans Erpcn
IS = Erpl.rivc Erpcnise
00 = A.rntd and

l0 = Knoe..n lo

abusc

- 30= Serualy violert PrEd.h


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= Henn Condiliort
-50
_ 55 = Alcoholic
_60=

dni$

code

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= Epil.p.y
?0 = sricidil

_01

_65

Risl

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_

Allcr8ics

= Orher

(Exphin)

80 = Mcdic.lior Rcquircd
85 = Hcnrophilir!
90 = D|abdic

GIVE BRTEF DESCRIPTION OF 1VIIAT HAPPENED:


Members of rhe Major Crimes/Cold Case Homicide Unit conducted an investigation into this offense.
Members identified, located, and inten,iewed a Person identified hereafter as W-1. W-l stated IT is an
employee of Mr. Savopoulos whose job consisted of transporting Mr. Savopoulos to and from work and
handling daily assignments given to him by Mr. Savopoulos

Mr. Savopoulos on Thursday morning, Irlay 14,2015, and IT was directed


to rcport ro thc main offices of American Iron Works, in Hyattsville, Maryland, to pick up a package and
delivir the package to Mr. Savopoulos ar his residence. W- l stated IT responded to the Hyattsville office and

W-l

srated

IT received

a call fronr

met anothef emPloyee.


and the other employee responded to the Bank of America located in Hyattsville, Md. W-l and the other
employee walked into the bank at which time W-l watched the other employee enter into a transaction with the
bani manager. At the end of the transaction W- l witnessed the bank manager give the other employee a manila
envelope which contained currency (now knorvn to your affiant to be $40.000.00). W-l stated the other
employcc gave him the envelope and W-l drove to 3201 Woodland Dtive, Northwest. Washington, D.C.

W-l

When W- I was ten minutes away from Mr. Savopoulos' residence he called Mr. Savopoulos on the phone and
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PLEASE tSST'E A WARRANT FOR:

AND SR'ORN TO BEFORE }18 THIS

Daron Dylo n Wint


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US\l'NO.:

AFFIDAYIT IN SUPPORT OF AN ARREST WARRANT


DEFENDANT'S NAME

MCKNAME

ALIASES

Wint. Daron Dylon


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DEFENDANI..S HOME ADDRESS

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RACE:

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155

TELEP HONE NLMBER

5408 85rh Avenue T-2 l-anham. Mar yland


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TEL EPHONE NUMBER

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N/A

COMPLAINANT'S NAME
TELEPHONE NIIMBER
Savvas Savo poulos, Amy Sa vopoulos, Phil ip Savopoulos, Veraltisa Ft gu roa
LOCATION OF OFFENSE:
DATE OF OFFENSE
TIME OF OFFENSE
3201 Woodland Drive NW
5/ l4l l5
I324 hours
C
m = Arrlri

and Dlng6ous
= Violcnr Tndencies

-05l0 = Madial Ans Erpcn


_ l5: Explosirc Eipcriise
_ l0 = KDown ro Jbus. drugs

-_

?5
10
50

_60

= Ercap. Risl
= S.xuall) Violenr Predrror
= Hean Condnron

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= Allcrgies

65 = Epilcpsv
70 = Suicrdal
80 = [t.di(arion Requircd
85

01

Othn (Etplaini

= Hlm.philia.
Dllt eric

90 =

GIVE BRIEF DESCRIPTTON OF IVHAT HAPPENED:


As detec(ives continued to question W-1, IT changed IT's account ol the events regarding how [T received the
package, where [T left the package and when lT was told to get the package. When W-l was questioned
about
a text m had received from Mr. Savopoulos on wednesday, May 13, 20IS, w- I changed t'f 's statement.

This text was addressed to w-t and the text directed IT to meet the other employee on Thursday morning in
Hyattsville to pick up the package. After being shown the text, W-l adrrurted rhe r.*t ** u..r."t. and IT made
a mistake about when It was first told to get the package. w-l was also questioned about what the money was
contained in when IT received the money from the other employee. W- l admitted that IT had lied when lT
stated the money was in a manila envelope when lr rcccived the money from the other employee.
W-

I stated what aclually

happened was the other employee took four bundles of money from the employee,s
pockets and placed the money in a red bag which belonged to W- l. W- I then drove to Mr. Savopoulos, house
and called Mr. Savopoulos ten minutes before IT arrived at the home.

Mr. Savopoulos told w-l to leave the money in the car inside rhe garage. w-t stal.ed, when IT arrived at Mr.
Savopoulos' garage, IT placed the money inside a manila envelope that was in IT's car. Afler placing the
money in thc envelope w- I srated IT placed rhe envelope on the drivers seat of the car h tie garage.

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AFFIDA\TIT IN SUPPORT OF AN ARREST WARRANT


DEFENDANT'S NAME

NICKr'{A:VE

ALIASES

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DOB:
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155
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DEFENDANT S HOME ADDRESSI
5408 85th Avenue T-2 [-anham, Maryland
DEFENDANT'S BUSINESS ADDRESS
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CCN:

Wint, Daron Dylon


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15-06998
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TELEPHONE NUMBER

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TELEPHONE NTMBER

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N/A

COMPLAINANT.S NAME:
TELEPHONE NUMBER
Savvas Savopoulos, Amy Savopoulos, Philip Savop[oulos, Verallisa Figugroa
DATE OF OFFENSE
TIME OF OF'FTNSE:
LOCATiON OF OFFENSE:
3201 Woodland Drive NW
5/14^5
1324 hours
CAUTION AND MEDICAL CONDITIONS (CN'tC) Seltct l rrlid cltc ctdc belon for vurrerlr;rrsp { hen rrliqs rhr rautior irdicarnr.
_ 15 = Etcspc Rist
* 65 = Epilcpsy
_01 = Oiher(Expliin)
, m = AmEd nt'td Dange'rur

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-_

05 = violcnt Tendencies

l0= Serullly Yiolcnl

l0 = Manial tu1i Erpen


15 = kplosive Expnise

50 = Hean Condirion

Frcdator

20 = Known ro abuse druss

70= Suicidrl

80 = \icdicfiion RMUi d
85 = HetnoDhihar
S0

= Diabcdc

GTVE BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF WHAT HAPPENED:

Furrhermore, W-l admitted that IT lied when It stated the vehicle rvas locked, W-l stated the vehiclc rvas
unlocked and that IT left the envelope which conrained the money in the vehicle. W- I stated IT was told by the
other employee the package contained $40,000.00 in cash.

Dudng the course of the interview, MPD detectives requested that W- 1 provide IT's cellular telephone to them
During the interview, !V- l showed detectives a number of lext messages and incoming and outgoing calls with

Mr. Savopoulos.
Detectives interviewed a witness, hereafter referred to as W-2, which statcd [T received a text from W- I on
Thursday, May 14, 2015, at approximately 9:00 AM. W-2 opened the text for detectives to view. The text
contained dialogue and photos of a red Iined bag wirh what appeffed to be t\\o bundles of cash, one of which
had visibly displayed, a white money wrap band. The other employee that provided the package to W- l was
interviewed and stated the money IT withdrew from Bank of America was wrapped in money wrappers from
the bank and the money was seperated in four bundles that totaled (540,000.00) forty thousnnd dollars.

A visual inspection was conducted of the red sports car that was parked inside of the garage of 3201 Woodland
Drive; there wa.s no visible rraces of a manila envelope, loose cash or any other items on the front seat or floor
of the vehicle.

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CRIMINAL DIVISION
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AFFIDAVIT IN SUPPORT OF AN ARREST WARRANT


Wint, Daron Dylon
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RACE
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NICKNAN1E:

DEFENDANT'S NAMEI

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DEFENDANT'S HOME ADDRESS

TELEPHONE NUMBER

5408 85'h Avenue T-2 Lanham, Mar land

N/A

DEFEiYD AI..T'S BUSTNESS ADDRESS

TELEPHONE NUMBER

N/A

N/A

TELEPHONE NLJMBER
COMPLAINANT'S NAME:
Veraltisa
Figugroa
Philip
Savopou
los,
Savvas Savop oulos, Amy Savopoulos,
TlME OF OFFENSE
DATE OF OFFENSE
LOCATION OF OFFENSE:
5^4t15
1324 hours
32Ol Woodland Drive NW
(CMC)
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l0 = Mlnial Afls Exp.n
l5 = Erplosiv Erpcnis.
20 = Knos'n u1 abusc drugs

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25 = Escap Ri$k
J0 = Sexually violcl|l

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65 = EpilpsJ

r)l = Other (E,(plain)

70= Sui.rdcl
80 = Nlcdication Rcquircd
85 = HcmiFhiliac

90= Diabdic

GTVE BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF WHAT HAPPENED:

While canvasssing the crime scene, two Domino's pizza boxes were recovered from the bedroom in rvhich
rhree of the decedenl's were located. During the course of this investigaton, it was determined the tq,o pizzas
were ordered by a female, believed ro be Mrs. Savopoulos, who requested them to be delivered to 3201
Woodland Drive, Nonhwest. The pizza boxes are time stamped on Wednesday' May 13' 2015, at
approximately 9: l4 pm. The pizzas were paid for by the Savopoulos's credit card
Based on your affiant's investigation, at the time the pizzas were ordered, each of the above decedents were
being held againsr their will. Detectives responded to the Domino's Pizza carryottt restraurant and sPoke with a
member of management, The order taker was identihed and inten'iewed. The order taker remembered taking
the delivery order for the Savapoulos's residence on May 13,2015. Tle order was accompanied by several out
of the ordinary instructions for the delivery person. M-rs. Savapoulos provided she was nursing her sick child
and she would not come to the door. She further instructed the delivery person was to place the two Pizzas on
the front porch, ring the door bell, and leave.

The delivery person was identified and interviewed by detcctivcs. The'delivery person advised that it
responded to ihe Savapoulos's residence, as instructed. All of the lights in the house were out, with only the
front porch light was on. It placed the pizzas on the porch and left as instructed'
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COMPLAINANT'S NAME:
Veraltisa
Figugroa
Savvas Savopoulos, Anly Sa',' opoulos. Philip Savopoulos.
DATE OF OFFENSE
TIME OF OFFENSE
LOCATION OF OFFENSE:
1553
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CATJTION AND MEDICAL CONDITIO

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30 = S.rually vrolc.l Prcdaror
50 = Hcrn Conditio
60 = Allc.eics

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GIVE BRIEF DESCRIPTTON OF VTIHAT }IAPPENED:


The partially eaten pizza crust was recovered by members of the Metropolitan Police Department's Mobile
Crime Unit. This evidence was then examined and processed for the recovery of DNA from the particially
eaten pizza. The examination was conducted at the Alcohol Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives Forensic
L,{rboratory, were a DNA profile rvas obtained. This profile was uploaded in the FBI CODIS database. A
CODIS match was reponed. A DNA match was made between DNA recovcrcd from the pa(ially eaten pizza
crust and an hdividual identified as the defendant, Daron Dylon Wint, black male, born November 27, 1980,
FBI#:416874MC4 who was in the national CODIS darabase.

of the Savapoulos's residence, it was determined thal in the early aflernoon of May 14, 2015,
Ir,Irs. Savapoulos's blue, 2008, Porsche 9l I , bearing D.C. Registration DK24 | 8 wis missing. An individual
hereafter refered to as W-3 was identified, located and interviewed. W-3 provided that at approximately I:30
PM IT observed a blue Prosche 9l Idriving outbound on NewYork Avenue. Northea-st, Washington, D.C.,
headed towards Maryland. The vehicle was being driven erratically by a black male, with short wcll groon)ed
hair, wearing a neon linre green construclion \est.

After

a check

14, 20f5, at approximatley 5:30 PM, Mrs. Savapoulos's vehicle was located in the rear of
80O l Annapolis Road, New Carrolton, Maryland, on fire. Video surv-eillance recovered from the area near tbe
car hre showed a black male, wearing a dark colored hoodie, blue jeans, and canying a bucket. Inside the
bumed out remains of the vehicle was a neon green construction vest. h should be noted that several neon iime
green construction vests were recovered from the Savopoulos's gara
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COMPLAINANT'S NAME:
Verallisa
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Savvas Savopoulos, An) Sav
DATE OF OFFENSE
TIME OF OFFENSE
LOCATION OF OFFENSE:
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GIVE BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF WHAT HAPPENED:


Your affiant has reviewed multiple cellular phone records and interviewed multiPle witnesses that lead him to
belivc thar this offense began sometime shortly aficr 6:00 pm on Wednesday, May 13,2015, and continued
through the afrernoon hours of Thurday, May 14,2015. The District of Columbia Fire Department was notified
at l:24 PM of the fire at the Savopoulos's residence-Your affiant believes all four decedents were held captive
by Mr. Winr and others until the 540,000.00 forty thousand was delivered to the Savopoulos's residence by Wl. After the money was delivered the four decedents were killed. The defendant is not an employee of the
Savopoulos family and there was no legitimate reason for him to be present inside their home at anytime.
Based on your aflrant's knorvledge and experience, and his observations of this crime scene, your affiant
believes that the crimes descrihed in this affidavit required the presence and assistance of more than one person.
Based on the facts set tbrth in this affidavit, your affiant believes probable cause erists to charge the defendant
with First Degree Felony Murder While Armed and respecttully requesh that a Judge of the Superior Court for
the District of Columbia issue an arrest warrant for the defendant, Daron Dylon Wint

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