No bail for cousins facing charges over 4 deaths

No bail for cousins facing charges over 4 deaths

No bail for cousins facing charges over 4 deaths

Cosmo DiNardo, 20, of Bensalem Township, confessed to killing them, his defense attorney reportedly said July 13, 2017. DiNardo is being held on $1 million bail over a charge that he illegally possessed a shotgun after a mental health commitment.

DiNardo, 20, who authorities say has a history of mental illness, was arrested Wednesday.

Kratz, who DiNardo described as his cousin, had a hand in three of the four murders, according to officials.

He was released on $100,000 cash bail Tuesday before being taken into custody again, identified by Weintraub as a person of interest in the disappearances of the four men. Patrick had been last seen on Wednesday, the other three on Friday.

According to Weintraub, a search will continue at the farm, owned by Antonio and Sandra Dinardo, located along Route 202 and Aquetong Road in Solebury, on Thursday, as he swore to continue the investigation until all four men have been returned to their families "one way or another".

"As parents, Mr. and Mrs. DiNardo sympathize with the parents and families of the missing young men and they are cooperating in every way possible with the investigation being conducted by law enforcement".

Sunday, July 9: Police begin searching for the missing men on the DiNardo farm. In exchange for DiNardo's cooperation, Lang said, prosecutors would not seek the death penalty.

Doylestown Pa. Lawyer Paul Lang a defense attorney for DiNardo said Thursday that his client has admitted killing the four men who went missing last week and told

A county prosecutor said Friday that the bodies of Tom Meo, Dean Finocchiaro and Mark Sturgis were found buried 12 feet deep in one common grave in Solebury.

The suspect who confessed to murdering four young men in Pennsylvania killed each one of them separately - and then burned their bodies at his family's farm - after selling them some marijuana, a police source says.

Police found the remains of Dean Finocchiaro, 19, of Middletown, Pennsylvania, on the property owned by Dinardo.

Weintraub has said there were indications that some or all of the men knew one another and investigators were working to confirm the extent of any connections.

Neither DiNardo's lawyer nor his parents have returned calls for comment from the Associated Press.

Jimi Patrick, 19, of Newtown Township was last seen on July 5 and was reported missing the next day after he didn't show up to work, police said. DiNardo was arrested on Monday on an unrelated gun charge from a few months ago.

Weinstein said trained cadaver dogs led investigators to the site where the remains were found.

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