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DiNardo Farms murders: Remains of 4 men found buried on the property; Cosmo DiNardo has allegedly confessed to being involved in their deaths

Victims
Dean Finocchiaro, 19 (identified)
Jimi Tar Patrick, 19
Mark Sturgis, 22
Tom Meo, 21

Bucks County Missing Men: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
Facebook: Dean Finocchiaro
Facebook: Jimi Patrick
Jimi Tar Patrick: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
Facebook: Mark Sturgis
Mark Sturgis: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
Facebook: Tom Meo
Lawyer: Cosmo DiNardo confesses role in Bucks County missing men murders
Bucks DA: Remains of multiple bodies found in field
Human Remains Found in ‘Common Grave’ in Pa., 1 Victim ID’d
Friends, neighbors seek answers in Bucks Co. missing men case
Quiet Pennsylvania town shaken by murder suspect’s confession
Human remains found as DiNardo’s parents face grand jury Thursday
AP Source: Cosmo DiNardo killed 4 men separately, burned them
Attorney: Cosmo DiNardo confesses to killing Bucks County men
Cosmo DiNardo confesses to killings of four men
Inmate confesses to killing 4 men, says where bodies are
Jailed Man Admits Involvement in Killings of 4 Men
Cosmo DiNardo confesses to murders of 4 missing Pennsylvania men, will be spared death penalty, lawyer says
Source: Man killed 4 Bucks County men over marijuana and gun
Lawyer: Man admits involvement in murders of 4 missing men
TIMELINE: Disappearance of 4 men in Bucks County
Antonio & Sandra DiNardo, Cosmo’s Parents: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
Facebook: Cosmo DiNardo
Source: Second person of interest in custody in Bucks County case
News Archive: DiNardo Farm murders

INMATE INFORMATION

Offender Name: DINARDO, COSMO
Custody Status: In Custody
Age: 20
DOB: 01/21/1997
BCP #: 123288
Location: Bucks County DOC
Race: White
Contact Facility: Bucks County DOC

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2 Responses

  1. Great work by the police and their dogs. How those dogs could smell anything 12 1/2 feet below the ground is truly unbelievable. Now, I’m waiting to hear who the accomplice was.

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