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g the speedo. >> that was an image i was not ready for. a busy weekend on the nation's highways. aaa says 37 million americans will travel this weekend in the speedos. that is up 5% from last year. a stronger economy is boosting the number of road trips. prices at the pump are creeping higher. national average is $2.74. still close to $1 less than last summer. you can get a break on the gas compared to last year. "early start" continues right now. >> breaking news this morning. u.s. marshals arresting the man accused of murdering a washington, d.c. family and setting their home on fire. how he was captured. ahead. happening now. police on alert. warn biker gangs may be planning revenge attacks. and isis making critical
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gains across the middle east expanding at a rapid pace. many now questioning president obama's strategy to take down the terrorists. live coverage ahead. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> very nice to see you. i'm john berman. friday may 22nd. 5:00 a.m. in the east. manhunt over. daron wint is in custody. the prime suspect in the quadruple the murder in the nation's capital was taken into custody late last night. the 34-year-old exmarine killed his previous employer and his wife and his son with the housekeeper. daron wint was tracked to new york city but fled before officers arrived. he was found in a hotel in college park maryland with five other people three males and two females.
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investigators say all six left the hotel in two vehicles and followed for five miles before being apprehended. no one was hurt during the arrests. that is lucky. wint has a long history of run-ins with law enforcement. court records show three assault convictions in new york state dating back to 2007. he has an outstanding arrest warrant for violating an order of protection for a former girlfriend. he has been charged with domestic violence and burglary and assault. his former attorney though a man named robin ficker insists wint could not commit this crime. >> it is not his act. he's a nice guy. he's patriotic. he's kind. i defended him in six cases. he was not found guilty in any of the cases in 2005 and 2006. they have the wrong guy. it's not him.
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>> police connected dna found on pizza crust in the burned down mansion to wint. the suspect worked for the company belonging to savva at least ten years ago. he is facing felony murder charges. texas law enforcement officials are investigating specific threats on police officers from local biker gangs. this is after a shootout that left nine people dead. some bikers believe police escalated the violence. now the texas department of public safety sent a warning that top level officers and families are being targeted. evan perez has more. >> reporter: john the bandidos biker gang is quote out for blood. that is a warning from the bulletin issued by the department of public safety in texas. this is after the shootout in waco texas that left nine dead and nearly 200 people arrested. the bulletin warns law enforce enforcement that bandidos and
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black widow gangers have ordered a hit on police. it is warning of trouble spots in austin and el paso and san antonio. the gang members are trying to obtain grenades and c-4 and targeting law enforcement with car bombs. with the coming memorial day weekend, a popular time for motorcycle club gatherings police are taking the threat seriously. john and christine according to the bulletin gang members believe police shot their fellow quote brothers at the waco event. thank you, evan. it is not clear what ignited the deadly shootout in waco. police recovered knives and guns from the crime scene. there are reports of parking space dispute. a waitress at the restaurant tells cnn it is more complicated
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than that. >> contrary to what everyone is saying it was not just over a parking space. it is a long issue with bandidos and cossacks for a while. >> meanwhile, waco police are under fire accused of arresting innocent bystanders. the police insist 170 people railroaded arrested were all involved. isis force on the move in iraq after taking control of ramadi a week ago. they are heading east to baghdad. overwhelming government troops. one iraqi military official describes the situation as very critical. we want to get the latest from senior correspondent ivan watson. >> reporter: good morning, john. isis in the last 24 hours appears to have pushed through at least one of the frontlines to the east of ramadi. the frontline set up by iraqi
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security forces after they had to withdraw from ramadi on sunday. ceding control of the key city to isis. so it is another setback for the iraqi security forces. it is still not a straight shot to baghdad, but it shows isis has enjoyed a certain amount of momentum. we have been learning a bit more about how the iraqi security forces retreated and what overwhelmed them last sunday to give up control of the key city. according to a u.s. state department official who gave a long and detailed briefing this week to journalists, in a 96-hour period isis hit iraqi forces in ramadi with 30 car bombs. this official said at least ten of them had the power and had the force of oklahoma city-style bombs. if you recall the horrific bombing in oklahoma city more
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than a decade ago. that is part of what just simply overwhelmed the iraqi security forces in that town. the pentagon says that it is going to rush some 2,000 anti-tank missiles to the iraqi security forces to try to give them some kind of defense against what are basically construction trucks and bulldozers that are wrapped in makeshift armor and loaded with explosives. something straight out of a "mad max" movie, but terrifying for people who are not themselves suicidal fighters on the battle field in iraq. >> there have to be iraqi troops willing to stay and use them. that is a problem. ivan thank you. in syria isis tightening the grip in the city of palmyra. isis dumping the decapitated
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bodies in the streets and calling on citizens to turn on the citizens left behind. this brings on the fate of the price less ancient ruins. cnn's ian lee is reporting for us. the isis advance in palmyra is actually gaining more territory. really taking that town and solidifying control of the town. >> reporter: that's right, christine. as we heard from aivan as well. isis is pushing out and gaining territory. latest prize, palmyra. there are a lot of ramifications there. you have civilians. tens of thousands trapped there, as you said, killing people who they see as a threat. we heard at least 17 people so far have been killed. it is a vital crossroads that leads to homes in the west and damascus in the southwest. when you look at the
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antiquities. the historical site. you have the significance. this is a site that dates thousands of years old. it was important during roman times. the syrian government was able to pull out some statues beforehand but now the rest is in isis' hands. we have seen in other parts of iraq and syria, they are not afraid to destroy any of the artifacts or sell them off. i was at a conference about stolen antiquities. i talked to a former u.s. ambassador who told me about the supply and demand and had advice for americans. take a listen. >> you can call it as we used to call blood diamonds. these are blood antiquities. it is important the american public know when they are buying antiquities, they check it out. they don't want to be involved in unwittingly, terrorist organizations. >> that was wendy chamberlain.
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she is the president of the middle east institute. at the conference they gave real numbers as well. one of the artifacts can go for up to $1 million which can buy them thousands of ak-47s, millions of rounds and also hundreds of rocket propelled grenades. there is a real benefit for selling antiquities. the international community trying to stop it. stop the funding of isis. christine. >> every town isis takes and every oilfield it controls and ransom it cases is funding more terror and aggressive behavior. ian lee, thank you. despite the gains by isis and despite isis held territory in iraq and syria for more than a year president obama claims the united states is not losing the war against isis. the president admits more needs to be done to help the iraqis recapture the territory they
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lost. the white house concedes there have been setbacks. listen to the assessment of the crisis from a man who spent a lot of time in the region. retired army general jack keane. >> the resources provided to support iraq are far from adequate. the timing and urgency to provide arms and equipment and training is insufficient. as such we are not only failing, we are in fact losing this war. >> and i would acknowledge that we have seen a setback in ramadi. i think you could accurately characterize the situation in palmyra as a setback. it is a materially different one. we don't have this local force on the ground that with whom we can coordinate and who we can support with coalition military air power. >> the u.s. now admits one of the air strikes in syria killed two children last november. this is the first time the
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pentagon acknowledged causing civilian casualties. u.s. stock futures pointing to a higher open. asia markets posting solid gains overnight. u.s. stock market is closed monday for memorial day. the exploding air bag problems led to 34 million recalled vehicles. it could take as many as five years to replace all of those dangerous air bags. according to an auto export at the consumer federation of america, the issue is how long it will take to make the replaced air bags and finding the owners to take them to the dealerships. some dealerships are overwhelmed by the repairs. takata has manufactured just 4 million replacements so far. most of those have already been installed. when you think of the scope, it shows you the industry made a mistake by relying so heavily on one big supplier.
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pulaski. the 300 men march has been present here trying to bring down the level of violence in the city. the word that the charges came down today is being treated as a victory on these corners here in west baltimore. the first time that marilyn mosby, the state's attorney brought charges, she brought 28 charges total. the grand jury returned 28 charges, slightly different. the most serious of charges was second-degree murder. that is still there. there are six manslaughter charges, six assault charges, nine misconduct. the false imprisonment charges have gone away. the other thing that happens is because these officers were meant to be in a hearing next week. now the grand jury has spoken it moves it all into a different court basically an end-round. her critics said she should
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recuse herself from the case. the motion filed in the lower court is null and void. they have to file again or figure out another way to take on marilyn mosby whose position is stronger. christine christine. thank you, miguel marquez. protests in olympia, washington brought hundreds together after a shooting of two black unarmed men from a white police officer suspected of shoplifting. police say one of the suspects assaulted the officer before the shooting. this incident is under investigation. the florida man who landed a gyro copter on the grounds of the u.s. capitol last month pleading not guilty in federal court to the six charges. 61-year-old douglas hughes pulled the stunt against big money influence and politics. outside the d.c. courthouse hughes has no regrets. >> nobody else could do what i did and get away without at best being forced down.
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at worst, shot down. i recommend nobody try it. >> these charges could land him in prison for up to nine years. former defense secretary robert gates, now president of the boy scouts of america, is calling on the organization to end the ban on gay scout leaders. if the scouts don't act on their own, it is likely the courts will force them. new revelations about money flowing into the clinton foundation. it received more than $26 million in previously undisclosed payments from corporations universities and other foreign sources. the money was paid as fees for speaking by bill hillary and chelsea. the disclosure by the foundation comes amid the scrutiny of foreign donors and whether any funding sources could cause a conflict of interest for the former secretary of state in her bid to become president. all right. big night in sports. the warriors and rockets battled
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atlanta last night. in the seventh, freddie gonzalez is going to check out will smith's arm. they find a substance and smith was ejected from the game. he was not happy. after the game smith said he put rosin and sunscreen on his arm while warming up and forgot to wipe it off. aaron hernandez back in court yesterday and he has new ink. he has a neck tattoo that says "lifetime." how one gets such a professional looking tattoo behind bars is beyond me. hernandez was in court thursday charged of witness intimidation. jim kelly is weighing in on deflategate. he says tom brady definitely knew what was going on. >> no doubt. you really think about it. the equipment manager and
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breaking this morning. manhunt over. the suspect believed to have slaughtered a washington, d.c. family in their home before setting it on fire is now arrested in a dramatic takedown overnight. the new details ahead. bikers revenge. police warned bikers may soon be
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the targets of rival biker gangs. new victories for isis. dramatic victories in iraq and syria. they now have practically annexed lands controlling as much territory as ever. what does this mean for the president's strategy if there is a strategy to battle isis. a live report coming up. welcome back to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. daron wint the suspect in the quadruple the murder was taken into custody near maryland. savva and his wife and son and housekeeper were killed in the house mansion fire. wint was tracked by police to new york city but they missed
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him. he was then found at a hotel in college park maryland with five other people. three men and two women. all six people left the hotel in two vehicles. followed for five miles before apprehended. no one was hurt during the arrests. who is wint? wint has a long history of run-ins with police. court records show he has three convictions in new york state. he has an outstanding arrest warrant for violating an order of protection with an ex-girlfriend. he is charged with domestic violence and burglary and assault. listen to robin ficker. he insists there is no way his old client could commit this crime. >> it is not his act. he is a nice guy. he is patriotic. i defended him in six cases. he was not found guilty in any of those cases in 2005 and 2006.
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they've got the wrong guy. it's not him. >> police connected dna found on pizza crust in the burned down mansion to wint. the suspect worked for the company belonging to savva ten years ago as a laborer. he is facing first degree felony murder charges. happening this morning, texas law enforcement officials are investigating specific threats against police officers from local biker gangs including car bombs. this is coming from the shootout in waco texas that left nine people dead. now the texas department of safety is sending out a warning that top level officers and families are being targeted. evan perez has more. >> reporter: john and christine, the bandidos biker gang is out quote for blood. a warning from the bulletin issued from the texas department of safety. this is after the shootout in
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waco texas that left nine dead and nearly 200 people arrested. bulletin warns that the bandidos and black widows motorcycle gang members have ordered a hit against texas troopers and local police. the warning lists potential trouble spots, including austin el paso houston and corpus christi, texas. the warning is telling of car bombs and high explosives. this is based on information from an informant and that is not corroborated. with the coming memorial day weekend, a popular time for motorcycle club gatherings, police are taking the threat seriously. according to the bulletin gang members thought quote police shot their brothers. still not clear what ignited the shootout in waco. police recovered hundreds of
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weapons from the crime scene in waco. some reports of a fight over a parking space and one report of a foot run over in the parking lot. a waitress at the restaurant tells cnn it is more complicated than that. >> contrary to what everyone is saying it is not just over a parking space. it is a long issue between bandidos and cossacks for a while. >> police are accused of arresting innocent bystanders in the shootout. isis forces on the move in iraq after taking control of ramadi a week ago. isis heading to baghdad. overwhelming troops with rocket fire. one describing the situation as
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very critical. in syria, isis is tightening the grip on palmyra. dumping decapitated bodies in the historic streets. they are calling on citizens to turn in government soldiers. for the latest i want to get to senior correspondent ivan watson. ivan you heard from the white house that its strategy is working. we see these gains quickly and each of these gains, ivan gives the terrorists more money and more ammunition and more iraqi army gear and i guess more confidence. >> reporter: absolutely. they will likely play this to the hilt for propaganda reasons and get more recruits and maintain momentum on the battle field. the develops in syria and
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palmyra and another place. they captured one of the last remaining border crossings. after the syrian government pulled back from there, christine. in the case of the two most recent conquests in syria, isis went after syria government forces. this is something we have not seen in the past. isis had been going against other syrian rebels. now syrian government forces and both of the cases, winning. it putting the syrian government on their heels and showing that despite air strikes, despite fighting a war in two separate countries simultaneously this is an armed movement that is not afraid of backing down and it is seizing the moment. christine. >> the really frightening thing, i think here you are talking about the iraqi army up against an opponent prepared and pleased to die in the process. when you look at these car bombs or truck bombs they have been
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using to battle into ramadi for example, in iraq it is remarkable what they are up against. >> reporter: that's right. according to the u.s. state department official who gave a very detailed briefing after the fall of ramadi the iraqi city that fell last sunday according to the official isis attacked with some 30 moving car bombs in a period of 96 hours. that is wave after wave of suicidal car bomber. not just attacking an old taxi. they are attacking in bulldozers and construction trucks that are wrapped in jerry-rigged armor and packed to the gills with explosives. i would compare this with the images to the most recent "mad max" movie. the homemade death machines used. it is not just isis using the bizarre weapons of war.
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the syrian government is employing pretty crude and devastating weapons over the course of its war for more than three years now. barrel bombs on the syrian battle field against civilian population centers. we have seen video of barrel bombs crudely made chucked out of the back of helicopters. fuses being lit by syrian soldiers with their cigarettes and then dropped from thousands of feet up on civilian population centers. this is something we have been hearing about from human rights organizations and eyewitnesss and now evidence coming from what looks like syrian soldiers themselves filming what is a war crime being carried out. everybody, it seems on the battle field, whether in iraq or syria, is making use of more and more crude weapons of war in
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just a cycle of violence that is getting worse. >> ivan watson thanks for that assessment. that is remarkable when you think, john when you think of that huge expanse of isis. now in the control of isis. that's exactly what their goal is. amass this huge caliphate. >> you talk about occupation. 40 minutes past the hour. six officers indicted in the death of freddie gray. the charges they face this morning next. rinkle creams come with high hopes, but hope... doesn't work on wrinkles. clinically proven neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair with the fastest retinol formula available, it works on fine lines and even deep wrinkles. you'll see younger looking skin in just one week. stop hoping for results, and start seeing them. rapid wrinkle repair... ...and for dark spots
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fico scores are used in 90% of credit decisions. big news from baltimore. a grand jury has indicted six police officers on charges connected to the death of freddie gray. marilyn mosby says new evidence some charges were dropped and others were added. freddie gray died last month after a spinal injury in police custody. cnn's miguel marquez has more. >> reporter: christine and john this is the corner in west baltimore that has seen the violence in recent days and weeks. this is edmonton and pulaski in west baltimore. the people out here with the 300 men march. this has been present in the last several years to try to bring down the level of violence in the city. the word the charges came down today is being treated as a
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victory on the corners here in west baltimore. the first time that marilyn mosby, the state's attorney brought charges, she brought 28 charges total. the grand jury has now returned 28 charges. different. the most serious is second-degree murder. that is still there. six manslaughter charges, six assault charges, nine misconduct charges and six reckless inn dangerment charges. the one charge of false imprisonment charge has gone away. these officers were meant to be in the initial hearing next week. now the grand jury has spoken it moves it all into a different court. basically an end-round to her critics who said she should recuse herself from the case. the motion that was filed in the lower court is null and void. they have to file it again or figure out away to take on marilyn mosby whose position is
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stronger. christine. miguel, thank you. time for an early start on your money. investors are in a good mood heading into the holiday weekend. stock markets are up. the cuban government is opening a bank account. a florida based chain opened a decade ago will host the cuban government finances. cuba had to do business with all cash transactions previously. it will help renew cuba/u.s. ties. wall street likes the news. stock is up in pre-market trading. >> cuba wants no atm fees. >> i would advise to watch the fees and automatic withdrawal fines. >> be careful, raul. look at what is coming up on "new day." alisyn joins us. >> hello, john berman and
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christine. we will have more on the breaking news. the arrest of the suspect wanted for the d.c. quadruple the murder. we will talk with the u.s. marshal who helped capture him. and we will talk to someone who knows the suspect well why he says daron wint could not do that. what happens if the isis advance advances advances? will the u.s. have to send in troops? our military and terror experts will be here to give us their take. see you then. thank you, alisyn. scientists assessing the damage of the california oil spill. how long will it take to clean up and what will ramifications be on the company that owns that pipeline? that's next.
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this morning, coast guard officials say cleaning up the oil spill along the central california coastline could take months. crews are working around the clock to scoop up patches of the crude oil from the pipeline spill that closed beaches and endangered wildlife. the pipeline operator is trying to find the cause of the rupture. this is raising questions about the company's past performance.
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let's get more from sara sidner. >> reporter: the clean up continues on the beaches of santa barbara. you can see the crude oil on the rocks. it will take a week before they open the beaches here. we should talk about what has happened with the company in the past. they have a checkered record when it comes to dealing with their pipelines. about ten years ago, they had between 2004 and 2007 they had a series of ten different spills in states across the country. including kansas texas and louisiana. those spills culminated with the settlement with the government and epa and justice department. they settled for $41 million. that $41 million was supposed to go toward paying to upgrade about 10,000 miles of crude oil pipeline. the company says it did that and
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safety is a priority. certainly, we are seeing a problem here with that same company. we asked a lot of questions, but we did not get very many answers when it came to their record. sara thank you. this is a 24-inch rupture in the pipe. they are investigating what happened here. the oil is flowing into the protected state beach. it is so sad. the company has had settlements and fines in the past. it's a company that is a ticker symbol is paa. in pre-market trading, the stock is down again. real concerns about the company. 53 minutes past the hour. memorial day weekend is here. that means big sales. that means deep discounts. that means whatnot to buy. i'll tell you whatnot to buy this weekend. that's next.
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i'm christine romans. let's get an early start on your money. markets in asia up as well. the s&p 500 hit a record high yesterday. for the record the market is closed on monday. a three-day weekend. we will keep an eye on lumber liquidators one day after the ceo unexpectedly resigned. stock tanked 16% yesterday. it is down nearly 70% inthis year. it is dealing with the fallout of the "60 minutes" report after flooring imported from china.
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now the ceo is resigning. a memorial day weekend is here. so are sales. what are the real deals this holiday weekend? retail me not put together the list. a what to buy list. best deals this year are mattresses. up to 70% off at some major retailers. patio furniture. a smart weekend to buy. they have to move them out. also grills up to 20% off. avoid the sales, wait to buy electronics and tools. the best deals for those around father's day. hold off on swim wear and video games. you will get better prices at the end of summer. >> waiting for a nice one-piece. the man police say killed a washington, d.c. family and set their home on fire. he has been captured. that is dramatic breaking news overnight. "new day" picks it up. the manhunt for daron wint
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is over. the prime suspect that rocks the nation's capitol. >> we were able to safely pin the vehicle and place him under arrest. it was a very fluid situation. >> he worked for the company where mr. savopoulos was a ceo of. >> hundreds of pages of e-mails released from clinton's time as secretary of state. >> was there any classified information? >> the judge ruled they can be released on a rolling basis. >> my team has been presenting evidence to a grand jury that returned indictments against all six officers. >> the grand jury has now returned 28 charges. >> what was very surprising to me was what wasn't charged. and good morning everyone. welcome to your "new day." it is fri maid 22nd 6:00 in the east and chris is off this morning. we begin with breaking news for you because the man suspected in the murders of four people at that upscale home in washington, d.c. was captured overnight.
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after a week long manhunt taking police from washington to new york and back again. >> u.s. marshals nabbing daron dylon wint in a late-night traffic stop along with five other people. their connections to wint are being examined very closely this morning. let's begin our coverage with senior cnn washington correspondent joe johns. quite a development, joe. >> reporter: that is for sure michaela. for the past 24 hours authorities have described what is essentially a cat and mouse game with this suspect starting here in the washington metropolitan area going all the way up to brooklyn and new york and then back here to the washington, d.c. area where he was taken into custody. >> we were able to take him down and arrest him. >> reporter: breaking overnight, the multi-state manhunt is over. police arresting six people including 34-year-old daron wint in what they call a great takedown in d.c. around 11:00 p.m. it's unknown who's being arre

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