Authorities: More than 1 person responsible for D.C. slayings

Investigators say Daron Wint killed the chief executive of a local business while attempting to kidnap him from his family’s multi-million house in Northwest D.C. Also, more than one person is responsible for the slayings that left four dead.

Task force chief details Daron Wint arrest | Suspect in D.C. quadruple homicide in custody | Former FBI profiler: Play one story off the other in quadruple murder | $40K dropped off at D.C. house where four found dead | Report: D.C. family was held before being killed, house torched | Timeline
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