Arrested 20-year-old Cosmo to Dinard from Pennsylvania admitted that killed 4 teenagers who were reported missing, said his lawyer.
20-year-old Cosmo to Dinard acknowledged "his participation in the murders of four young people," said attorney Paul Lange. In exchange for recognition of the Dinard prosecutors County Buck promised not to ask for a suspect the death penalty, said lang. Co-chair Michael Parlow said that Dinard cooperating with the investigation.
The Dinard was arrested earlier this week on charges related to the investigation. His family owned property suburban Philadelphia, where they found human remains in a common grave in 12 feet. Lang said that Dinard told police where to find the four bodies.
The body of one of the missing youths, 19-year-old Dina, Finocchiaro, was discovered in the tomb, said the district attorney of the County of Bucks Matthew Weintraub on Thursday. The rest of the remains has not yet been found.
"We are going to give each of these the lost boys home to their families one way or another," said Weintraub. The first person to disappear was a 19-year-old Jimmy Patrick of Newtown township. The last time he was seen at 6 PM on 5 July. 2 days after Patrick disappeared, Finocchiaro went missing with 22-year-old mark Sturgis from Pennsylvania and 21-year-old Thomas MEO from the village Plumsted.
The disappearance shocked the community. About 100 residents and reporters gathered at the Mall a few miles away, waiting for news about them. The Dinard was arrested Tuesday for allegedly trying to sell Mayo 1996 Nissan Maxima the next day after MEO was reported missing.
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