Friends and co-workers of veteran Prince William County park ranger Carrillo Dean knew him as a dedicated employee and doting family man -- the furthest thing from a killer anyone could imagine. But upon learning that Dean was charged yesterday in the slaying of his wife and two stepchildren in their Triangle home, Dean's ex-wife, Sherry Muroski, thought back to troubling conversations during their marriage.
From time to time, Dean -- an otherwise "sweet" and "God-fearing" husband and stepfather -- would speak of his dreams, in which he had "a desire to do violent things to people," said Muroski, of Richmond. "He wouldn't, because he knew it was wrong. But something inside him wanted to do it."
Dean, 44, a senior park ranger with the county's Park Authority, called a non-emergency police number about 10:45 p.m. Thursday, said 1st Sgt. Kim Chinn, a police spokeswoman. He "indicated
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