WASHINGTON — DNA from a man accused in the slayings of wealthy Washington family and their housekeeper was found on a construction vest inside a car stolen from the family’s home, and a man driving the car was seen wearing a similar vest in the aftermath of the slayings, a detective testified Monday.
Search warrants filed Wednesday in the investigation of last month’s murders of a wealthy Washington D.C. family and their housekeeper say cell phones belonging to the victims were stolen from the mansion where the crimes took place and authorities believe there was forced entry into the home on the day of the killings.
NEW YORK – U.S. Marshals and the NYPD are following leads that the man wanted for the murder of a Washington, D.C. family and their housekeeper could be in the New York City area.
Police in Washington, D.C., issued an arrest warrant late Wednesday for a suspect in the murder of a corporate executive, his wife, their 10-year-old son, and a family housekeeper in their home last week.
Investigators believe that the Washington, D.C., house fire that claimed the lives of a CEO, his wife, their 10-year-old son and a housekeeper was no accident.
A couple who were found dead inside their multimillion-dollar Washington, D.C., mansion that was set ablaze Thursday reportedly called and texted a housekeeper to not come to work that day.
D.C. police are seeing a “person of interest” captured on surveillance video in the slaying of a family and their housekeeper in Woodley Park neighborhood on Thursday.
The mysterious deaths of four people found in a burning house in Northwest Washington on Thursday afternoon prompted police to ask the public for help in investigating what they called a highly suspicious fire.