Warrant: Weapons, matches, lighters, other items seized from slain DC family's home after fire

Court documents show that police took a long list of items including weapons, matches, lighters, electronics, cash and credit cards from the home of a wealthy Washington family after they were slain.

A search warrant obtained by The Associated Press on Thursday doesn't detail what kind of weapons were taken from the home or whether the matches or lighters that were seized were used to set the house on fire.

Corporate executive Savvas Savopoulos was slain inside his northwest Washington mansion last month along with his wife, their 10-year-old son and their housekeeper. A man who once worked for Savopoulos is charged with murder.

Court documents made public Wednesday showed that police found a bloody baseball bat in the room where the bodies of Savopoulos and his wife were found.