Digging resumes at site where remains found in search for 4

Digging resumes at site where remains found in search for 4

Digging resumes at site where remains found in search for 4

Bucks County District Attorney Matthew Weintraub said early Thursday morning that one victim has been identified as 19-year-old Dean Finocchiaro. The documents contain details from the Bucks County Police Department's investigation and an interview with Dinardo, who Thursday confessed to involvement in the slayings of Finocchiaro, Thomas Meo, Jimi Patrick, and Mark Sturgis.

Thursday, Cosmo DiNardo, 20, confessed to the commission of or participation in four murders and agreed to plead guilty to four first-degree murder counts, attorney Paul Lange said outside court, where DiNardo had met with investigators.

The son of the property's owners was arrested earlier Wednesday on charges he tried to sell the stolen vehicle of one of the missing men and is being held on $5 million bond. The other three bodies were found in 12 1/2-foot-deep common grave below an oil tank that had been converted into a cooker.

DiNardo, 20, then burned the bodies - three of them inside a drum - at his family's farm in Solebury Township, about 30 miles north of Philadelphia, the person said, adding that a co-conspirator was involved in the deaths of three of the men. Top row: Dean Finocchiaro, 18, left, and Tom Meo, 21.

"I don't understand the science behind it, but those dogs could smell these poor boys 12-1/2 feet below the ground", Weintraub said. It's believed that DiNardo and Kratz used construction equipment from his father's business to dig a hole on the 90-acre property. He's since been charged alongside DiNardo for taking part in three of the killings. "He dug a hole, he spent the time to burn the bodies, and he spent the time to cover it up".

The multi-agency investigation into centered on a farmland property in Solebury Township owned by Antonio and Sandra Dinardo.

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"In light of recent tragic events in our County, it is more important than ever that we gather to reflect and remember that we are a community and together we are strong", according to a press release. He allegedly told investigators he drove to Patrick's home, picked him up, and drove him to the DiNardo farm. Dinardo allegedly used the backhoe to lift their bodies up and put them in the metal tank with Finocchiaro's body, according to the complaint.

Neighbors on the cul-de-sac where Dinardo lives in Bensalem described him as a good kid who went out of his way to help others, such as volunteering to shovel them out during snowstorms and refusing payment. DiNardo, who is charged along with his cousin, said he shot another man in the back as he tried to run away.

"I am very, very relieved to say that we've brought four young men one step closer to their loved ones so that they can rest in peace". A separate AP story quotes a source as saying DiNardo sold pot by the quarter-pound. There, Kratz shot Finocchiaro in the head with a handgun that belonged to Dinardo's mother, Dinardo said, according to the criminal complaint.

But DiNardo was prohibited from owning such a weapon, the document alleges, as he was "known to be suffering from a mental illness" following his involuntary commitment to a mental institution.

It is the result of this discovery of Cosmo Dinardo would have happened to the confessions.

Earlier Thursday, the district attorney said he was encouraged by the pace of the investigation he called "massive" in scope.

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