22 Hours: An American Nightmare — Episode 2: Taken Captive

EPISODE 2: TAKEN CAPTIVE
For the Savopoulos family and Vera Figueroa, May 13, 2015 began like any other Wednesday. Then things went terribly wrong. Through phone records, text messages and eyewitnesses, we recreate the timeline of their last 22 hours.


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Construction crews begin to tear down a posh D.C. house that was the scene of a 2015 quadruple homicide on Friday, April 21, 2017. The house sold for $3 million months after Savvas and Amy Savopoulos, their son Philip and housekeeper Vera Figueroa were killed. (WTOP/Megan Cloherty)
The Savopoulos house on Woodland Drive was torn in April 2017. (WTOP/Megan Cloherty) (WTOP/Megan Cloherty)
The empty lot on the corner of 32nd Street and Woodland Drive where the Savopoulos house once stood. (WTOP/Megan Cloherty)
The empty lot on the corner of 32nd Street and Woodland Drive where the Savopoulos house once stood. (WTOP/Megan Cloherty) (WTOP/Megan Cloherty)
The empty lot on the corner of Woodland Drive and 32nd Street in Washington, D.C. (WTOP/Megan Cloherty)
The walkway that now leads to nowhere. This image might be a little familiar. We use a version of this image as the official illustration for the podcast. (WTOP/Jack Moore)
The phone lines to the house seen here outside the door to the house's kitchen were cut. (Courtesy U.S. Attorney's Office for D.C.)
The phone lines to the Savopoulos house were cut some time before about 3:15 p.m. on May 13, 2015. (Courtesy U.S. Attorney’s Office for D.C.) (Courtesy U.S. Attorney's Office)
Prosecutors said Amy Savopoulos was out on a Starbucks run when Daron Wint got inside the house. When she returned home, he took her captive alongside her son and Vera Figueroa, one of the family's housekeepers. A Starbucks cup is seen on a bureau in the home's entryway. (Courtesy U.S. Attorney's Office for D.C.)
Prosecutors said Amy Savopoulos was out on a Starbucks run when the intruder slipped inside the house. When she returned home, he took her captive alongside her son and Vera Figueroa, one of the family’s housekeepers. A Starbucks cup is seen on a bureau in the home’s entryway. (Courtesy U.S. Attorney’s Office for D.C.) (Courtesy U.S. Attorney's Office)
A layout of the first floor of 3201 Woodland Drive. (Courtesy U.S. Attorney Office for D.C. )
A layout of the first floor of 3201 Woodland Drive. (Courtesy U.S. Attorney Office for D.C. ) (Courtesy U.S. Attorney for D.C.)
A layout of the second floor of 3201 Woodland Drive. The bodies of the adults were found in Bedroom 1. Philip's body was recovered from Bedroom 2. (Courtesy U.S. Attorney's Office for D.C.)
A layout of the second floor of 3201 Woodland Drive. The bodies of the adults were found in Bedroom 1. Philip’s body was recovered from Bedroom 2. (Courtesy U.S. Attorney’s Office for D.C.) (Courtesy U.S. Attorney for D.C.)
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Construction crews begin to tear down a posh D.C. house that was the scene of a 2015 quadruple homicide on Friday, April 21, 2017. The house sold for $3 million months after Savvas and Amy Savopoulos, their son Philip and housekeeper Vera Figueroa were killed. (WTOP/Megan Cloherty)
The empty lot on the corner of 32nd Street and Woodland Drive where the Savopoulos house once stood. (WTOP/Megan Cloherty)
The phone lines to the house seen here outside the door to the house's kitchen were cut. (Courtesy U.S. Attorney's Office for D.C.)
Prosecutors said Amy Savopoulos was out on a Starbucks run when Daron Wint got inside the house. When she returned home, he took her captive alongside her son and Vera Figueroa, one of the family's housekeepers. A Starbucks cup is seen on a bureau in the home's entryway. (Courtesy U.S. Attorney's Office for D.C.)
A layout of the first floor of 3201 Woodland Drive. (Courtesy U.S. Attorney Office for D.C. )
A layout of the second floor of 3201 Woodland Drive. The bodies of the adults were found in Bedroom 1. Philip's body was recovered from Bedroom 2. (Courtesy U.S. Attorney's Office for D.C.)

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