Police Arrest Second Person In Pennsylvania Quadruple Murder Case

Person of interest in case of 4 missing Pennsylvania men confesses to murders, attorney says

So far, only Finocchiaro's body has been identified by the Bucks County District Attorney's office after cadaver dogs detected his remains - along with other human remains - buried in a deep hole on DiNardo's family's farm in Solebury, Bucks County. 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.

Finochiaro, 22 year old Mark Sturgis, 21 year old Tom Meo, and 19 year old Jimi Tar Patrick vanished last week. Their bodies were unearthed Wednesday in a 12-foot-deep common grave located elsewhere on the farm.

A second person of interest was taken into custody late Thursday in the investigation into the gruesome murders of four men on a secluded farm in Pennsylvania. Weintraub will lay out the case in detail Friday afternoon, according to a spokesman. In seeking $5 million bail on a stolen auto charge this week, prosecutors said he had been diagnosed with schizophrenia.

After driving to the farm to complete the sale, Patrick, a fellow student with DiNardo at a Catholic high school for boys, said he only had $800.

Once their bodies transported on the property of the parents Dinardo, they would have been burnt in a roasting pan for the pigs.

DiNardo told investigators he agreed to sell a quarter-pound of marijuana to Finocchiaro for about $700 on July 7. He says Kratz shot Finocchiaro during the robbery.

For five days, dozens of law enforcement officers searched the farmland owned by Dinardo's parents. When Dinardo was headed to Finocchiaro's home, he stopped and picked up his cousin, Kratz, and, court documents note the pair came up with a plan to rob Finocchiaro instead. There was no immediate comment from prosecutors, but they retweeted news reports of DiNardo's confession. They picked up his vehicle, and DiNardo drove Meo and Sturgis to a remote location nearby, where Kratz was waiting. Sturgis, meanwhile, started to run away as DiNardo started shooting at him. Meo was struck in the back with a.357 handgun and Sturgis was sacked at several times after trying to flee. 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. It is unclear if either man has entered a plea to the charges against them. DiNardo told investigators Kratz shot Finocchiaro in the head, but Kratz claimed DiNardo did it.

DiNardo has agreed to plead guilty to four first-degree murder counts, his attorney said. Cars belonging to Meo and Sturgis were then found about two miles apart, and Bucks County detectives interviewed a man from Bensalem, Pa., who said that Dinardo had offered to sell him an older model Nissan Maxima for $500.

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"I'm satisfied at this time that we have the two men locked up that need to be brought to justice", Weintraub said at the press conference.

That same night, DiNardo said he also set up a deal to sell Meo some weed.

Kratz was arrested past year in June after stealing over $1000 worth of tools from a shed and jewelry from a separate break-in. The auto was found on the DiNardo family's property.

He had been previously held on a $1 million bond until Tuesday evening for an unrelated weapons charge. He had a long-standing history of mental illness and thus the authorities had forbidden him to have it.

Authorities had arrested DiNardo earlier in the week. DiNardo then shot and killed Patrick with a.22-caliber rifle.

According to Beitz, DiNardo also sold marijuana and guns and aggressively sought new customers.

Authorities had charged DiNardo earlier this year with having a gun despite an involuntary mental health commitment.

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