Bucks DA: Newly discovered human remains belong to missing man

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Cosmo DiNardo, a 20-year-old Pennsylvania man, confessed to killing four men reported missing for days and burying their bodies at a sprawling Bucks County farm owned by his family, his attorney said on Thursday.

The district attorney said that additional human remains were also found in the grave with Finocchiaro's remains, though he declined to comment on whether these belonged to any of the other three missing men - Thomas Meo, 21, of Plumstead Township; Mark Sturgis, 22, of Pennsburg; and Jimi Patrick, 19, of Newtown Township.

Bucks County, Pa., police said they arrested a man as they searched for four men who disappeared last week under circumstances a district attorney described as foul play.

Authorities say they are trying to identify more remains using cadaver dogs to search the DiNardo family property.

Both Cosmo's cell phone and the phones belonging to both of his parents have been seized by investigators as they try to piece together a timeline of Cosmo's whereabouts since last Wednesday, when the first of the young men, Jimi Patrick, went missing.

Dinardo, the son, has been arrested for trying to sell a auto belonging to one of the missing men, Thomas Meo.

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Police found Meo's Nissan at 4 a.m. on Sunday on a property owned by the Dinardos. Lang noted DiNardo expressing, 'deep remorse.' according to a report via philly.com.

Although there are indications that some or all of the men knew one another, investigators are working to confirm that information and the extent of any connections, Weintraub said. "On June the 9th, we allege that Cosmo DiNardo attempted to sell Meo's vehicle for $500 to a friend whose identity we know but are protecting in court documents for potential safety". Patrick was last seen on Wednesday last week while the other three went missing on Friday.

The four men who went#missing on Friday in #Bucks County, Pennsylvania were killed and burned.

A friend of Meo said DiNardo sold guns and marijuana and had previously bragged about having someone killed over debt. According to the Times, police also found Sturgis' auto at an outdoor shopping mall. He was held on $1 million bail, but was released after his father, Antonio, paid 10 percent of the bail in cash.

The discovery of Finocchiaro's remains followed the arrest of DiNardo, who police took into custody Monday on a February firearms possession charge that was dismissed but refiled. Weintraub did not say how he died.

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