July 14, 2017
A Bucks County District Attorney promised to spare the person of interest’s life in return for information on the case of four missing young men in Solebury, Township.
Cosmo DiNardo, 20, cracked under the pressure of a prosecutor on the fifth day of the search.
“He confessed to participation or commission to the murders of the four young men,” Paul Lang, one of DiNardo’s defense attorneys, said to reporters outside of the Bucks County Justice Center.
The locations of the bodies were reportedly released, along with the causes of death.
Matthew Weintraub, Bucks County DA, canceled a 3 p.m. press conference Thursday and indicated one would be held later in the evening, but was not.
Reporters surrounded the Justice Center most of the day as Cosmo’s parents were believed to be there for the grand jury.
Next press conference is scheduled for Friday at 11 a.m. this will be the first time the public hasn’t heard from Weintraub.
DA Weintraub spoke at midnight Thursday to disclose remains found on a DiNardo family property on the 6000 block of Lower York Road.
Dean Finocchiaro, 19, of Middletown was discovered by cadaver dogs and recovered from a 12 and a half feet “standard grave.”
The search continues for Tom Meo, 21, of Plumstead whose car was pictured following DiNardo’s on July 7, the day of his disappearance; Mark Sturgis, 22, of Pennsburg whose vehicle lead the first search site on Aquetong Road; and Jimi Taro Patrick, 19, of Newtown who has been missing the longest.
Patrick’s grandparents shared this with the public Thursday.