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Dean Finocchiaro’s body found in Bucks County, Pa., Cosmo DiNardo arrested – photos

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Dean Finocchiaro’s remains have reportedly been found by authorities in Bucks County, Pa. The young man, all of 19-years had reportedly disappeared on Friday.

District Attorney Matthew Weintraub while addressing a press conference told the media that the body of Dean Finocchiaro was discovered among human remains found in a grave more than 12 feet deep on a rural property in Solebury Township. Had it not been the sniffing dogs of the police, the bodies would have never been discovered by authorities. Mathew Weintraub said while talking to the media that the missing men were being searched since the last one week.

Reports suggest that FBI agents were digging on almost a 100 acre property for the last several days trying to find the missing people who were thought to be buried there. The authorities were led to the property after authorities named Cosmo DiNardo, 20, of Bensalem, a “person of interest” in the case and arrested him for stealing a car belonging to one of the missing men.




In the meantime the person of interest Cosmo DiNardo is being held on $5 million cash bail after he was charged. Later the vehicle of one of the missing persons was found on the DiNardo family property.

In all there were four missing people, all very young ranging between 19 to 22 year of age. The body identified early Thursday was that of 19-year-old Dean Finocchiaro. Other people who are said to be missing include 22-year-old Mark Sturgis, 21-year-old Tom Meo and 19-year-old Jimi Taro Patrick. Patrick, who was a year behind DiNardo at a Catholic high school for boys, was last seen on Wednesday.

Authorities claim that DiNardo’s parents, Antonio and Sandra DiNardo, own the farm in upper Bucks County, a bucolic area with rolling hillsides, new housing developments and historic sites. They also own a nearby farm parcel that was also searched and a concrete company near their home in Bensalem, closer to Philadelphia.

DiNardo was reportedly arrested after finding him with a 20-gauge shotgun he was not authorized to possess because of his history of mental illness. He was released from custody Tuesday night, after DiNardo’s father posted 10 percent of a $1 million bail. Then, on Wednesday, authorities arrested DiNardo again, accusing him of stealing and trying to sell a 1996 Nissan Maxima that belonged to Meo, according to the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office. DiNardo allegedly tried to sell Meo’s car for $500 to a friend, Weintraub said.

Reports suggest that the suspect who was keeping the car while it contained Meo’s diabetic supplies, according to a criminal complaint filed in district court. A police affidavit filed with the complaint said that Meo is diabetic and relies on insulin, noting that he “carries his diabetic supplies where ever he goes and would not intentionally leave them behind.”

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