Four missing men were found dead and buried in a Philadelphia farm. 20-year-old Cosmo DiNardo has taken the wrap for the murders. But now authorities are aware of a potential accomplice in the slayings.
Sean Kratz, 20, allegedly helped his cousin Cosmo cook three of the bodies in a pig roster. The burnt bodies were buried on the family’s Solebury Township estate. Both Kratz and DiNardo have been charged with multiple counts of conspiracy, homicide and abuse of a corpse.
During a news conference, it was revealed that DiNardo’s confession led to the location of the four bodies and the implication of Mr. Kratz in the crime. This confession also spares DiNardo the possibility of the death penalty if this case goes to trial.
Kratz was apprehended by authorities in northeastern Philadelphia on Thursday. On Friday, investigators swarmed on his home, looking for evidence.
Bucks County District Attorney Matthew Weintraub couldn’t find in a motive for the slayings at the farm in Solebury Township. “I’m not sure I could if we could ever answer that question,” he said at a news conference Friday afternoon.
The district attorney is under the impression that no one else was involved in the murders.
Early Thursday morning, the human remains of 19-year-old Dean Finocchiaro was found in a 12.5 deep common grave at farm in Solebury Township, Pennsylvania. Investigator later uncovered the remains of 22-year-old Mark Sturgis, 21-year-old Tom Meo and 19-year-old Jimi Tar Patrick.