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    Mark Sturgis (22), Tom Meo (21), Dean Finocchiaro (19), & Jimi Tar Patrick (19) were murdered by Cosmo DiNardo

    http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/p...vania-48539836

    Authorities are chasing fast-developing leads in the search for four young men feared to be the victims of foul play, but said Monday that it could take days despite intense efforts centered on a large swath of farmland.

    "The leads are incredibly hot, they're very fruitful. We're making great progress, but there's so much more work to do," Bucks County District Attorney Matthew Weintraub said at an afternoon news conference, his second of the day. "We're not going to rest until we get through every inch of that property."

    The leads gave police "a lot of strong indications" that the search should focus on the farm. However, other spots were also being searched as police investigated the ties among the men.

    One man vanished Wednesday and three others on Friday. Asked if foul play was involved, Weintraub said, "I surely believe there is."

    Two of the men, 22-year-old Mark Sturgis and 21-year-old Tom Meo, are longtime friends who work in construction for Sturgis' father, Mark Potash. Another man, 19-year-old Dean Finocchiaro, is a mutual friend of theirs, Potash told The Associated Press.

    Potash said he did not know where his s

    on was heading or what he was doing before he disappeared Friday. News outlets have reported that cars belonging to both Potash and Meo have been found in the area.

    "I don't know how this is going to end up, unfortunately, but I am confident that we are going to get to the bottom of this," Weintraub said.

    Sturgis lives in Pennsburg, Meo in Plumstead, Finocchiaro in Middletown and 19-year-old Jimi Tar Patrick in Newtown Township. Finocchiaro has been arrested multiple times on charges that include drug possession, driving under the influence and assault.

    Weintraub described the investigation as "all hands on deck," and said the FBI, state police and five local police departments had joined the case. The FBI was involved because of its expertise with recovery operations being deployed in the farm fields in Solebury Township, about 30 miles north of Philadelphia.
    http://6abc.com/news/4-local-men-mis...olved/2199000/

    An arrest has been made amid the search for four missing men in Bucks County.

    Cosmo DiNardo, 20, was taken into custody on Monday and charged with a firearms possession offense from February.

    It was not yet known if DiNardo is suspected of having any involvement in the disappearance of the four men.

    He is being held on 10% of $1 million bail.

    DiNardo lives at a home in the unit block of Wayland Circle in Bensalem that was one of the multiple locations being searched by authorities on Monday.

    His family also owns a property on Aquetong Road that was searched on Sunday, and a farm on Upper Mountain Road near Route 202 in Solebury Township that was the scene of an active search on Monday.

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    Cosmo DiNardo has been arrested on firearms charges related to this case https://www.facebook.com/cosmo.dinar...c_location=ufi

    Two of the missing men - Dean Finocchiaro https://www.facebook.com/dean.finocc...c_location=ufi

    and Jimi Patrick - https://www.facebook.com/jimi.patrick?hc_location=ufi


    A 20-year-old linked to the property where the FBI is searching for four missing Pennsylvania men was arrested Monday and held on $1 million bail on a gun charge, although authorities did not call him a suspect in the feared foul play.

    Cosmo DiNardo, of Bensalem, was accused of possessing a shotgun and ammunition in February despite a history of mental illness that includes an involuntary commitment, according to a police affidavit.

    His arrest comes as the FBI uses heavy equipment to search his family's sprawling farm property in Solebury Township, about 30 miles (48 kilometers) north of Philadelphia.

    Authorities on Monday chased fast-developing leads in the search for four young men, but said it could take days despite intense efforts centered on a large swath of the family's farmland. Six other police agencies were involved.

    "The leads are incredibly hot, they're very fruitful. We're making great progress, but there's so much more work to do," Bucks County District Attorney Matthew Weintraub said. "We're not going to rest until we get through every inch of that property."

    The leads gave police "a lot of strong indications" that the search should focus on the farm. However, other spots also were being searched as police probed the ties among the men.

    One of the missing men vanished Wednesday and three others on Friday. Asked if foul play was involved, Weintraub said, "I surely believe there is."

    Two of the men, 22-year-old Mark Sturgis and 21-year-old Tom Meo, are longtime friends who work in construction for Sturgis' father, Mark Potash. Another man, 19-year-old Dean Finocchiaro, is a mutual friend of theirs, Potash told The Associated Press.

    Potash said he did not know where his son was heading or what he was doing before he disappeared Friday. News outlets have reported that cars belonging to both Potash and Meo have been found in the area.

    "I don't know how this is going to end up, unfortunately, but I am confident that we are going to get to the bottom of this," Weintraub said.

    Neither DiNardo's parents nor his lawyer returned messages seeking comment Monday. Weintraub's spokesman stressed that the gun charge against DiNardo does not involve the missing men. The case was refiled after charges first filed in February were dismissed, according to court papers and the police affidavit obtained from the Bucks County Courier Times.

    Weintraub described the investigation as "all hands on deck," and said the FBI, state police and five local police departments had joined the case. The FBI was involved because of its expertise with recovery operations being deployed on the Solebury Township property.

    One of the missing men, Finocchiaro, has been arrested multiple times on charges that include drug possession, driving under the influence and assault. He is due in court in the assault case this summer.

    "He seemed like he was getting it together. He was working full time," said his lawyer, John Fioravanti Jr. "I feel bad for his parents."

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    How many articles will call the leads 'hot and fruitful' I wonder?
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    Quote Originally Posted by animosity View Post
    How many articles will call the leads 'hot and fruitful' I wonder?
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    Drug deal gone bad maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nic B View Post
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    "tons of leads", but not sure if they are hot and/or fruitful based on this article.

    http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/a...g-men-48559616

    Cadaver dogs used, dirt sifted in search for 4 missing men

    Police used cadaver dogs, a backhoe and other construction equipment Tuesday to help search a sprawling farm for four missing men believed to be victims of foul play as a prosecutor described a man held on an unrelated gun charge as a person of interest in the investigation.

    District Attorney Matthew Weintraub said bail was set at $1 million Monday for Cosmo DiNardo, whose family owns the farmland and another property that was searched, because he was considered a flight risk. But Weintraub did not call him a suspect and cautioned there is often a "chasm" between being called a "person of interest" in an investigation and being charged with a crime.

    DiNardo, 20, is accused of illegally possessing a shotgun and ammunition in February. A court affidavit said he had suffered from mental illness and had been involuntarily committed to an institution for inpatient care. It did not say when the commitment had occurred. The charge had been dismissed by a judge but was refiled.

    A busload of police cadets also took part in the third day of the search of farmland in Solebury Township, about 30 miles (48 kilometers) north of Philadelphia.

    Aerial TV footage on Tuesday showed law enforcement officers crowded around a deep trench — a backhoe parked next to it — as officers used shovels to dig deeper and passed up buckets of dirt that were then screened with sifters.

    "We want to be careful not to miss the tiniest piece of evidence," Weintraub said at an earlier briefing.

    Police have received "a ton of leads" and are making progress, but the entire 90-acre (0.14-square-mile) property is of interest to investigators, Weintraub said. He said investigators were also working across the county.

    The farm property is owned by DiNardo's parents, Antonio and Sandra DiNardo. Neither the DiNardos nor their son's lawyer could be reached for comment.

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    Just watching the midnight press conference. Dean Finocchiaro confirmed dead. They found human remains in a 12.5 foot deep grave on the property. They said there are multiple victims, but only Dean is confirmed.

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    a 12 ft hole? That's a helluva hole.

    Cadaver dogs led searchers to the grave, Weintraub said, adding, "I don't understand the science behind it, but those dogs could smell these poor boys 12-1/2 feet below the ground."

    The cause of deaths of those found in the grave wasn't announced, but Weintraub said, "This a homicide, no mistake about it," reports CBS Philly.

    Sources tell the station DiNardo hasn't been cooperating with investigators, and has exhibited violent tendencies.

    The FBI had been using heavy equipment to dig a deep ditch on the farm property, and then sifting through each bucket of dirt by hand.
    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/human-re...lvania-men-da/
    In the February gun charge he still faces, DiNardo is accused of illegally being in possession of a shotgun and ammunition because of a previous involuntary commitment to a mental health institution. An affidavit in that case said he is "known to be suffering from mental illness."
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    http://www.mcall.com/news/breaking/m...713-story.html

    Family of one of missing Bucks County men issues statement

    The grandparents of 19-year-old Jimi Taro Patrick, one of the four missing men in Bucks County that has prompted a massive search of a farm, released a statement through the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office on Thursday, saying they want to share his biography with the public.

    Patrick of Newton Township has been missing since July 5. On Wednesday night, authorities said the remains of one of the missing men, Dean Finocchiaro, 18, were found at the farm in Solebury Township.

    Bucks County District Attorney Matt Weintraub said other bodies were found in a mass grave at the farm, but would not say whether any of those other remains have been identified. The farm is owned by the parents of Cosmo DiNardo, 20, labeled by authorities as the “person of interest” in the disappearances.

    Here is the Patrick family’s complete statement:

    Jimi Taro Patrick lives in Newtown, PA with his grandparents, Sharon and Rich Patrick. He recently completed his freshman year at Loyola University, MD. Majoring in business, Jimi attends Loyola on a full scholarship and was awarded academic recognition on the Dean's list.

    Jimi is currently employed at a restaurant in Buckingham, PA. In the past, he worked in the food service at D'Youville Manor Yardley.

    He attended Holy Ghost Preparatory High School (Bensalem, PAl where he not only received distinguished honors for his academic performance, but also participated in numerous community service projects. Jimi was a member of the Holy Ghost Prep baseball team. He attended St Andrew School in Newtown and is a member of St. Andrew Parish, Newtown, PA.

    As a child, Jimi played baseball for the Council Rock School District (Newtown) Little League. He was an excellent pitcher and hitter. As a result, he was a member of the Newtown travel team which won several tournaments and league trophies. Jimi also played basketball in the St. Andrew CYO league.

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    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/...pGD?li=BBnb7Kz

    Inmate confesses to killing 4 men, says where bodies are

    A jail inmate who was the focus of an investigation into the disappearances of four men admitted on Thursday that he killed them, his attorney said in a surprise development.

    Cosmo DiNardo, 20, confessed to the commission of or participation in four murders and agreed to plead guilty to four murder counts, attorney Paul Lang said outside court, where DiNardo had met with investigators. DiNardo also told investigators where the bodies are.

    "I'm sorry," a shackled DiNardo said as he left the courthouse.

    In exchange for the cooperation, Lang said, prosecutors were taking the death penalty off the table. There was no immediate comment from prosecutors, but they retweeted news reports of DiNardo's confession.

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    Jesus. Wtf happened that night?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumaki15 View Post
    Jesus. Wtf happened that night?
    Looks like another person was taken into custody and this is all over weed
    http://www.philly.com/philly/news/pe...-20170713.html

    The Associated Press reported late Thursday that DiNardo sold quarter-pound quantities of marijuana for several thousand dollars and that the victims were killed after DiNardo felt cheated or threatened during three drug transactions. The wire service cited an unidentified source with knowledge of the confession who said DiNardo admitted he killed the men separately — at least three were shot — and then burned their bodies at the farm.

    “Every death was related to a purported drug transaction, and at the end of each one there’s a killing,” the person said, according to AP.

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    Not doubting that these guys might have been doing transactions with him, but I think he just wanted to kill some people and the drug transactions were a good excuse to get these people out to see him.

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    http://6abc.com/news/ap-source-dinar...eated/2199000/

    NE Philly man in custody; 2nd man connected to Bucks Co. killings

    A source tells Action News that a young man from Northeast Philadelphia is in custody in relation to the killings of four men in Bucks County.

    It was not known why the man was taken into custody.

    His name has not been released.

    This is the 2nd man connected to the case. 20-year-old Cosmo DiNardo of Bensalem has confessed to "participating in or committing" the killings, his attorney said.

    A news conference with the Bucks County district attorney is scheduled for 2 p.m.

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    Disgusting, this should be in the main forum so it can receive more attention.

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    Yep, he just wanted to kill some people.

    http://www.cnn.com/2017/07/14/us/mis...ges/index.html

    The four young Pennsylvania men who went missing last week were lured to a remote property with promises of marijuana, shot and killed, and then buried deep underground, according to the Bucks County, Pennsylvania, district attorney.

    Two men were charged Friday with multiple counts of homicide and other crimes in connection with their deaths in a disturbing case that featured a massive, multi-agency investigation.

    Cosmo Dinardo, 20, was charged with four counts each of criminal homicide, conspiracy and abuse of a corpse as well as with robbery and a weapons charge, documents show. Sean Kratz, also 20, was charged with three counts each of criminal homicide, conspiracy, robbery and abuse of a corpse as well as a weapons charge, according to documents.

    The judge entered not guilty pleas on their behalf and they are being held without bail.

    The charges relate to the killings of Jimi Patrick, Thomas Meo, Mark Sturgis and Dean Finocchiaro, who went missing within miles of each other in Bucks County.

    All four men were discovered buried deep underground on the sprawling property owned by Dinardo's parents in Solebury Township, according to a statement from the district attorney's office.
    Investigators found the bodies of Finocchiaro, Meo and Sturgis in a 12?-foot-deep grave Wednesday, according to the complaint. Patrick's body was found in a separate grave late Thursday.
    In his confession, Dinardo detailed a series of shocking killings with no clear motive. Kratz spoke to investigators on Thursday night.

    On July 5, Dinardo agreed to sell Patrick four pounds of marijuana for $8,000, and Dinardo drove and picked Patrick up and brought him back to the sprawling property, according to the affidavit.

    When they arrived, Patrick said he only had $800, and Dinardo agreed to sell him a shotgun for that amount. Dinardo then took him to a remote part of the property, gave him a shotgun, and then shot and killed him with a 22 caliber rifle, according to the affidavit.

    Dinardo allegedly used a backhoe to dig a 6-foot-deep hole and bury him, the affidavit states.

    On July 7, Dinardo agreed to sell a quarter-pound of marijuana to Finocchiaro, the affidavit states. Dinardo picked up Kratz, his cousin, and the two drove to Finocchiaro's house and planned to rob him, the affidavit states.

    The three of them drove back to Dinardo's large property. There, Kratz shot Finocchiaro in the head with a handgun that belonged to Dinardo's mother, Dinardo said, according to the criminal complaint. However, Kratz told police that Dinardo was the one who shot Finocchiaro.

    They then placed him in a metal tank that Dinardo referred to as the pig roaster, according to the criminal complaint.

    Afterward, Dinardo agreed to sell marijuana to Thomas Meo that same night, and he picked up Meo and his friend Mark Sturgis and drove them back to his property, the affidavit states.

    Dinardo told police that when they exited the property he shot Meo in the back, who fell to the ground screaming. Sturgis started to run away, and Dinardo shot Sturgis, killing him, the affidavit states.

    Dinardo then drove the backhoe over Meo and "basically crushes him," Kratz told police, according to the complaint. 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.

    Dinardo allegedly poured gasoline into the tank and lit it, the complaint says.

    "There was an attempt to burn the bodies, to deface them, to obliterate them, but I don't believe that that was successful," Weintraub said.

    Dinardo and Kratz returned to the property the next afternoon and used the backhoe to dig a hole and bury Finocchiaro, Meo and Sturgis, the complaint says.

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    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/...id=mailsignout

    Police: Dealer charged with killing 4 claimed other slayings

    A pot dealer who confessed to killing four men on his family's Pennsylvania farm also claimed to have killed two people in Philadelphia, but the city's police commissioner called the information "sketchy."

    City detectives are looking through their files to check on the claims made by 20-year-old Cosmo DiNardo, but they have not had a chance to question him, Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross said Tuesday.

    "We have to talk to him directly in order to have a starting point," Ross said. "Dealing with it third-hand is virtually impossible."

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    http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/p...found-48750608

    Philadelphia police joined multiple law enforcement agencies Thursday for another search of the sprawling Pennsylvania farm where the bodies of four missing young men were found buried deep underground last week.

    Authorities returned to the farm owned by the parents of 20-year-old Cosmo DiNardo, who's been charged in the deaths of the men, to make sure they did not miss any evidence before they give the property back to the family, Bucks County District Attorney Matthew Weintraub wrote in a statement.

    He said a large number of officers, cadets, horses and dogs are scouring the farm once again because "we want to make absolutely certain that we have not missed any evidence before departing."

    In addition to the four missing men, DiNardo also claimed to have killed a man and a woman in Philadelphia years ago but did not know their names, Police Commissioner Richard Ross said.

    Ross said detectives are looking through their files to check on the claims but called the information "sketchy." He did not know when his officers would get to question DiNardo.

    Philadelphia police said Bucks County authorities still are investigating DiNardo's statements. The Bucks County district attorney has declined to comment on the claims beyond information released in court papers released last week, which don't mention the Philadelphia claims.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbywolves View Post
    Killed a man and a woman "years ago"? Dude is fucking 20. Or maybe he is lying and is actually The Zodiac!

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    http://www.mcall.com/news/breaking/m...213-story.html

    Defendants in "missing four" homicides to be arraigned in Bucks County today


    Cosmo DiNardo and his cousin Sean Kratz will appear before a Bucks County judge Thursday afternoon to be formally arraigned in the alleged murders of four Bucks County men who were the subject of an intense manhunt in Solebury this summer.

    DiNardo and Kratz, both 20, are accused in the deaths of Jimi T. Patrick, 19; Dean Finocchiaro, 19; Mark Sturgis, 22, and Tom Meo, 21. All were found buried at DiNardo’s family farm.

    Though DiNardo initially cut a deal with prosecutors to avoid capital punishment in exchange for leading searchers to Patrick’s body, Bucks County District Attorney Matt Weintraub on Wednesday filed notice that he may seek the death penalty for both DiNardo and Kratz if they’re convicted.

    In identical filings for the cousins, prosecutors listed the aggravating factors as that the alleged killings were committed in the course of a felony; that there were multiple alleged murders; and that the alleged killings were carried out while in the perpetration of a felony drug offense.


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    that's what makes him crazy? I thought it was the chips.

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    http://www.buckscountycouriertimes.c...es-in-killings

    New round of lawsuits blames three DiNardo businesses in killings

    In a new set of civil complaints filed Monday, families of three men allegedly killed in Solebury by Cosmo DiNardo include DiNardo-owned businesses as defendants.

    Accused quadruple-killer Cosmo DiNardo’s parents allowed him access to guns and heavy construction equipment despite his known mental health problems, clear propensity for guns and violence, and bans from two school campuses over aggressive behavior, says a trio of new lawsuits.

    “In our eyes, Cosmo DiNardo was given a playland for evil acts,” said Carin O’Donnell, an attorney representing the family of slain 19-year-old Newtown man Jimi Taro Patrick.

    The three civil complaints filed separately Monday in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas join a suit from last year in casting blame on DiNardo, Sean Kratz and DiNardo’s parents, Antonio and Sandra DiNardo, for four July 2017 killings in Solebury.

    Unveiled at a news conference Monday in Philadelphia, the new suits go further in saying three businesses owned by the DiNardos also share liability.


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    that's what makes him crazy? I thought it was the chips.

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    http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/201...n-finocchairo/

    Sean Kratz Rejects Plea Deal, Cosmo DiNardo Pleads Guilty To Murder Charges In Deaths Of 4 Men

    One of two cousins has pleaded guilty to murder charges in the gruesome killings of four young men whose bodies were found buried on a suburban Philadelphia farm. Cosmo DiNardo will be spending the rest of his life in jail, while his cousin, Sean Kratz, rejected a guilty plea deal and is now facing the death penalty.
    DiNardo, 21, pleaded guilty in Bucks County court on Wednesday to four counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Jimi Patrick, Tom Meo, Mark Sturgis and Dean Finocchiaro. He also pleaded guilty to conspiracy, robbery, abuse of corpse and weapons charges.

    DiNardo was sentenced to four consecutive sentences of life in prison.


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