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  1. #1021
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geralyn View Post
    The area I see the concrete piles isn't wooded...its actually a cleared field. There are wood areas no the perimeter. But the road (in the Bing satellite images) goes all the way to the top of the north field right up to the wooded border. The concret/rubble piles are on the field side of the wooded areas. Someone posted an excellent picture upthread.
    At the time I posted we were discussing the upper field, and someone asked if the spot JP was found was higher up. To which my reply "the area north of the field is heavily wooded". I was referring to the upper (north) field. And i posted the Bing picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karinna View Post
    So from what you are saying you believe it was over drug dealing? If not i stand corrected. But that was kind of the point i was trying to make that it was over drug deals, otherwise why unless the four guys were really good friends with CD would they even go there for any reason? And i haven't read anywhere that any of them were good friends of CD's. They probably could of known of each other, and JP & CD both belonged to the Facebook group that sold shoes, but not good friends. There was something else that linked them together to feel comfortable enough to let CD pick them up and drive them to his place.
    It could have been anything(drugs, sneakers, guns, day after 4th fireworks sale, quads, etc). They all knew him. He could have said anything although he did advertise firewood business.

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    Hey!

    If someone hasn't already - I can make a TIMELINE out of this article.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pamela_Brewer
    This article is new to me. It may be a repeat. If so my apologies!
    What happened over the days that the young men went missing.
    http://www.cbs46.com/story/35896178/...ource=facebook
    I haven't actually "seen" one posted here yet. If someone has done one already - please post! Otherwise, I'll get to working on this.

    K - another 50 posts to read....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brusnak View Post
    Sorry if this was posted, but nytimes.com reports CD killed two people at the age of 15?

    https://nyti.ms/2upUBJV
    No.
    NYT's reported CD claimed he killed two people in Philly when he was 15.

    "During Mr. DiNardo’s confession, the prosecutor’s office said, he also claimed that, at 15, he killed two people in Philadelphia."

    There has not been any evidence shared yet to support CD's claim.

    https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/07/1...t=pay&referer=

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brusnak View Post
    Sorry if this was posted, but nytimes.com reports CD killed two people at the age of 15?

    https://nyti.ms/2upUBJV
    "During Mr. DiNardo’s confession, the prosecutor’s office said, he also claimed that, at 15, he killed two people in Philadelphia"

    That's a random statement to plonk in the middle of a biography. Have NYT got it wrong??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer17 View Post
    For whatever reason he gave them, whether it was pot or sneakers or alcohol or whatever. He lured them with something.
    He could have invited them for something as innocent as to ride ATV's for all we know.
    One article said he had big swim parties, maybe he said come help me move some wood and then go for a swim in my parent's pool.
    It's summer and these kids had some free time, at that age you think you're immortal, you certainly don't think some loser rich kid is going to kill you for no reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoverMeCagney View Post
    "During Mr. DiNardo’s confession, the prosecutor’s office said, he also claimed that, at 15, he killed two people in Philadelphia"

    That's a random statement to plonk in the middle of a biography. Have NYT got it wrong??
    I don't have any problem believing he bragged to the cops about killing other people, he been bragging about killing people since he was 14 according to his friends.
    Just because he says it doesn't make it true, he's already proven that.
    I'm sure the investigators will get to the truth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niner View Post
    Hey!

    If someone hasn't already - I can make a TIMELINE out of this article.



    I haven't actually "seen" one posted here yet. If someone has done one already - please post! Otherwise, I'll get to working on this.

    K - another 50 posts to read....
    Here is a timeline I stumbled upon today if you need some more corroboration:

    http://abcnews.go.com/US/timeline-di...ry?id=48598030


    Wednesday, July 5

    6 p.m.: Patrick was last seen when he leaves his grandfather's home.
    DiNardo allegedly picked up Patrick at his Newtown home after he agreed to sell him 4 pounds of marijuana for $8,000, DiNardo told police in a July 13 interview. When Patrick allegedly told DiNardo he only had $800, DiNardo told him that he could sell him a shotgun for that amount. He then allegedly took Patrick to a remote part of the Solebury property and shot him with a .22 caliber rifle, he told police.
    DiNardo allegedly used a backhoe to dig an approximately 6-foot hole and buried Patrick on the property.


    Thursday, July 6

    Patrick’s grandfather reported him missing to the Newtown Township Police Department.


    Friday, July 7

    Meo was last seen.
    6:53 p.m.: Meo's girlfriend received a final text message from him. She later told police she had not been able to get in contact with him since then, which is "out of the ordinary and not common," according to a police criminal complaint filed Wednesday.
    Sturgis, a good friend of Meo, was last seen. Sturgis told his father he was going to meet up with Meo, his family told police.
    Finocchiaro was also last seen.

    7 p.m.: DiNardo, along with Kratz, picked up Finocchiaro from his home after DiNardo allegedly agreed to sell him a quarter of a pound of marijuana for $700, DiNardo told police in a later interview.
    During the ride, DiNardo and Kratz allegedly agreed to rob Finocchiaro, DiNardo told police. DiNardo then allegedly gave Kratz a Wesson 357 handgun, which belongs to his mother, and drove around the Solebury property on an ATV.
    DiNardo told police Kratz then shot Finocchiaro in the head inside a barn. DiNardo said he then took the gun and shot Finocchiaro in the head as he lied face-down on the floor, but claimed to police he was already dead when he shot him. He then wrapped Finocchiaro's body up in blue tarp and placed him in a metal lank he referred to as the "pig roaster," he told police.

    Kratz's statement to police detailed a similar sequence of events, but Kratz claimed that DiNardo was the only one who shot Finocchiaro.

    7:49 p.m.: A Solebury Township Police license plate reader caught the license plate matching the description of the silver truck DiNardo told authorities he was driving that night.

    7:49 p.m.: The same license plate reader catches Meo's 1996 Nissan Maxima less than 2 miles away from where the truck DiNardo was allegedly driving was located.

    DiNardo also had a "deal" set up to sell Meo marijuana that night, he told police. After he located Meo, accompanied by Sturgis, in Peddlers Village, the three eventually got into DiNardo's truck and drove to the Solebury property, where Kratz was waiting, DiNardo said.
    DiNardo then allegedly shot Meo in the back and shot Sturgis as he began to run away, he told police. Once he was out of ammunition, he says he used the backhoe to run over Meo before picking up both bodies and putting them in the same metal tank he put Finocchiaro's body in.
    DiNardo then allegedly poured gasoline in the tank and lit it on fire, he told police. He and Kratz then left the property, he said.
    Finocchiaro's mother reported him missing to the Middletown Township Police Department after he failed to show up to work that night.

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    I have read along but I don't remember did we talk about the small window of time between Dean getting picked up and the camera catching the cars. I just noticed when it was written as above. The times might be out a bit with when Dean got picked up and maybe it doesn't take long to kill someone when your a psycho


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    Quote Originally Posted by everybodhi View Post
    I don't have any problem believing he bragged to the cops about killing other people, he been bragging about killing people since he was 14 according to his friends.
    Just because he says it doesn't make it true, he's already proven that.
    I'm sure the investigators will get to the truth.
    If this is part of a bigger picture (which I still completely believe) he might figure that since he is never getting out anyway, he might as well confess to a couple other murders to help someone else out or to pay a debt or who-knows-what. That would explain why there is nothing about him knowing where the bodies are.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Karinna View Post
    Well i imagine LE have recovered the $800 that JP was supposed to have paid CD to get the gun he sold him, because according to CD he have JP the gun? Or maybe LE need to grill him further about where that money is to corroborate his story.
    Was the shotgun CD said he gave JTP before he shot him with rifle been recovered? Rifle and 357 were at SK fathers place. If not and there was none wouldn't that violate the "no dp" agreement for not being 100% truthful?

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    PA BOYS TIMELINE:

    updated July 17, 2017


    July 5th, Wednesday - 6pm Day 1 - Jimi Patrick, a 19-year-old who lives
    with his grandparents in Newtown Township, leaves his home at 6 p.m. He
    recently completed his first year at Loyola University in Maryland.
    He agrees to meet with Cosmo Dinardo, 20, to buy 4 pounds of marijuana for
    $8,000, according to a criminal complaint.
    Article link: http://www.cbs46.com/story/35896178/...-of-horror-the-
    killings-that-stunned-small-town-pennsylvania#ixzz4n5GKOrjN
    Complaint link:
    https://bucks.crimewatchpa.com/sites...ttachments/din
    ardo_documents.pdf

    On this evening, Dinardo picks up Patrick at his grandparents' home in
    Newtown and they drive to Dinardo's parents' sprawling farmland in Solebury
    Township, according to a criminal complaint.
    He takes Patrick to a remote part of the property, where Patrick says he only has
    $800. Dinardo offers to sell Patrick a shotgun for that money, gives him the
    weapon, and then shoots and kills him with a .22-caliber rifle, Dinardo tells
    detectives after his arrest.
    Dinardo drives the property's backhoe to that remote location and digs a hole
    about six feet deep, puts Patrick's body in the ground, and buries him, the
    complaint states.



    July 6, Thursday Day 2 - Richard Patrick contacts Newtown Twp Police
    Dept. to report his grandson 19-year-old Jimi Patrick missing. (time unknown)


    July 7, Friday - ~6:30pm/7pm Day 3 - Dinardo sets up two other drug
    deals, according to a criminal complaint. He first agrees to meet with Dean
    Finocchiaro, a 19-year-old from Middletown Township, and sell him a quarter-
    pound of marijuana for about $700.
    Before the meeting, Dinardo picks up his cousin Sean Kratz, according to a
    complaint.
    The cousins drive to Finocchiaro's home, pick him up and bring him back to the
    Dinardo's family property. Finocchiaro is last seen at about 6:30 p.m.
    getting into a vehicle, police later said, though they did not provide any details
    about the vehicle.

    Also Bonie Finocchiaro contacts Middletown Twp Police Dept. to report her 19
    year-old son, Dean Finocchiaro missing, last seen on July 7th, and did not show
    up for work that night. (time unknown)

    July 7, Friday - 6:53 p.m.: Meo's girlfriend received a final text message from him. She later told police she had not been able to get in contact with him since then, which is "out of the ordinary and not common," according to a police criminal complaint filed Wednesday.
    Sturgis, a good friend of Meo, was last seen. Sturgis told his father he was going to meet up with Meo, his family told police.
    Finocchiaro was also last seen.


    July 7, Friday - 7:49pm - Later the same day, Dinardo makes plans to
    sell marijuana to Thomas Meo, a 21-year-old from Plumstead Township,
    according to a criminal complaint. Meo is with his friend and co-worker Mark
    Sturgis, 22, of Pennsburg.
    Dinardo meets with Meo and Sturgis, and they follow him in Meo's 1996
    Nissan Maxima to Dinardo's family home. A mobile license plate reader spots
    Dinardo's vehicle, a Silver 2016 Ford pickup truck, in Solebury Township at
    7:49 p.m.
    The plate reader also spots Meo's Nissan Maxima seconds later,
    according to the complaint.

    After arriving at the house, Meo and Sturgis get into Dinardo's truck and drive
    to the family's farmland property, where Kratz remained. As Meo and Sturgis exit
    the truck, Dinardo shoots Meo in the back, Dinardo later tells police. Meo
    collapses to the ground, screaming.
    Sturgis starts to run away and Dinardo shoots at him, striking and killing him.
    Dinardo, out of ammunition, gets in the backhoe and drives over Meo, crushing
    him to death, the complaint states.
    Dinardo uses the backhoe to pick up Meo and Sturgis and put their bodies in the
    same metal tank where he earlier had placed Finocchiaro's body. He pours
    gasoline into the metal tank and lights it, a complaint states.
    Dinardo and Kratz then leave the farm without burying the burned bodies of the
    three men.



    July 8, Saturday Day 4 - Melissa Fretanduno-Meo contacts Plumstead Twp
    Police Dept. to report her 21 year-old missing. Thomas did not show up for
    work that day.
    In the afternoon, Dinardo and Kratz return to the farm and use the backhoe to
    dig a 12.5-foot-deep hole -- about 1/2-mile away from Patrick's grave -- and
    bury the "pig roaster" containing the charred bodies of Finocchiaro, Meo and
    Sturgis, the complaint states.

    At about 5 p.m., Dinardo contacts an unidentified male friend in Bensalem.
    They meet up and Dinardo offers to sell him a 1996 Nissan Maxima for $500 --
    Meo's vehicle, according to a complaint.



    July 9, Sunday Day 5 - Mark Sturgis' family report him missing to the
    Pennsyvania State Police, after Mark did not show up for work with Thomas.
    (time unknown)

    July 9, Sunday - 2:10am - Police locate Sturgis' vehicle in an area
    known as Peddler's Village in Bucks County at 2:10 a.m., less than two miles
    from where the men were killed, a complaint states.


    July 9, Sunday - ~ 4am - Two hours later, investigators locate Meo's
    1996 Nissam Maxima at Dinardo's family home in Solesbury Township. The keys
    and title to the vehicle, still in Meo's name, hang on the wall inside the garage of
    the property, a complaint states.


    July 9, Sunday - 2:30pm - Bucks County detectives interview Dinardo
    at 2:30 p.m., questioning about his interactions with Dean Finocchiaro on the
    night he went missing. Dinardo tells police that he picked up Finocchiaro at his
    home at about 7:00 p.m. on July 7 and that Finocchiaro asked him to drive to
    Langhorne for "a big coke deal," the complaint states.
    He says he made Finocchiaro get out of his truck and then went fishing. Dinardo
    denied to police that he was in the Solebury Township area that evening.


    July 9, Sunday - ~4:30pm - Later that afternoon, Bucks County
    detectives interview Dinardo's friend from Bensalem (KBM-Known Bensalem
    Male). He tell them that Dinardo offered to sell him an older-model Nissan
    Maxima, according to the criminal complaint.
    KBM received a call from
    Dinardo on July 8 at approximately 5pm.


    July 10, Monday - Day 6 - Search warrant to search property at 6xxx
    Lower York Rd in Solebury Twp, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Deep grave found
    on property.
    Investigators search several locations for evidence. But a signal from one of
    the missing men's cell phones leads them to the Dinardo family's farmland
    property, according to CNN affiliate WPVI. They execute a search warrant there, a
    complaint states, hoping to find the men alive.
    The same day, police arrest Dinardo for the unrelated and formerly dismissed
    firearms charge dating back to February. His bail is set at $1 million.



    July 11, Tuesday Day 7 - Dad bails out Cosmo.


    July 12, Wednesday Day 8 - With pressure mounting to find the missing
    men, Weintraub announces that officers have recovered several important pieces
    of evidence but that the investigation remains "wide open."
    Police later re-arrest Dinardo for allegedly stealing and then trying to sell
    Meo's vehicle one day after he went missing, according to a criminal
    complaint.Not long after, investigators discover the body of Finocchiaro, as well
    as other unidentified human remains, in a 12.5-foot-deep grave on the farmland
    property. The other remains are later identified as Meo and Sturgis.[/i]

    July 12, Wednesday - 12 midnight - DA press conference announces
    discovery of the grave.


    July 13, Thursday - Day 9 - Detectives interview Dinardo a second time.
    Confesses his and Kratz's involvement in murders. Tells detectives where
    Patrick's body is.

    ~ 9:20pm - After confession Sean Kratz is detained and interviewed.
    Patrick's body unearthed from grave site.


    July 14, Friday Day 10 - DA's office files multiple charges against Dinardo and
    Kratz.
    Dinardo faces four criminal homicide charges, and Kratz faces three criminal
    homicide charges, according to a criminal complaint.
    In court judge enters not guilty plea on defendants' behalf and orders them held
    without bail.



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    Maybe he owed the suppliers money and offered a great deal on some weed, though he had none, to some of his regulars. It might have been the first few that contacted him wanting it.

    But he could have used the same heavy equipment to get money, like these entrepreneurial fellows. Murdering for money suited him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niner View Post
    PA BOYS TIMELINE:

    updated July 17, 2017


    July 5th, Wednesday - 6pm Day 1 - Jimi Patrick, a 19-year-old who lives
    with his grandparents in Newtown Township, leaves his home at 6 p.m. He
    recently completed his first year at Loyola University in Maryland.
    He agrees to meet with Cosmo Dinardo, 20, to buy 4 pounds of marijuana for
    $8,000, according to a criminal complaint.
    Article link: http://www.cbs46.com/story/35896178/...-of-horror-the-
    killings-that-stunned-small-town-pennsylvania#ixzz4n5GKOrjN
    Complaint link:
    https://bucks.crimewatchpa.com/sites...ttachments/din
    ardo_documents.pdf

    On this evening, Dinardo picks up Patrick at his grandparents' home in
    Newtown and they drive to Dinardo's parents' sprawling farmland in Solebury
    Township, according to a criminal complaint.
    He takes Patrick to a remote part of the property, where Patrick says he only has
    $800. Dinardo offers to sell Patrick a shotgun for that money, gives him the
    weapon, and then shoots and kills him with a .22-caliber rifle, Dinardo tells
    detectives after his arrest.
    Dinardo drives the property's backhoe to that remote location and digs a hole
    about six feet deep, puts Patrick's body in the ground, and buries him, the
    complaint states.



    July 6, Thursday Day 2 - Richard Patrick contacts Newtown Twp Police
    Dept. to report his grandson 19-year-old Jimi Patrick missing. (time unknown)


    July 7, Friday - ~6:30pm/7pm Day 3 - Dinardo sets up two other drug
    deals, according to a criminal complaint. He first agrees to meet with Dean
    Finocchiaro, a 19-year-old from Middletown Township, and sell him a quarter-
    pound of marijuana for about $700.
    Before the meeting, Dinardo picks up his cousin Sean Kratz, according to a
    complaint.
    The cousins drive to Finocchiaro's home, pick him up and bring him back to the
    Dinardo's family property. Finocchiaro is last seen at about 6:30 p.m.
    getting into a vehicle, police later said, though they did not provide any details
    about the vehicle.

    Also Bonie Finocchiaro contacts Middletown Twp Police Dept. to report her 19
    year-old son, Dean Finocchiaro missing, last seen on July 7th, and did not show
    up for work that night. (time unknown)

    July 7, Friday - 6:53 p.m.: Meo's girlfriend received a final text message from him. She later told police she had not been able to get in contact with him since then, which is "out of the ordinary and not common," according to a police criminal complaint filed Wednesday.
    Sturgis, a good friend of Meo, was last seen. Sturgis told his father he was going to meet up with Meo, his family told police.
    Finocchiaro was also last seen.


    July 7, Friday - 7:49pm - Later the same day, Dinardo makes plans to
    sell marijuana to Thomas Meo, a 21-year-old from Plumstead Township,
    according to a criminal complaint. Meo is with his friend and co-worker Mark
    Sturgis, 22, of Pennsburg.
    Dinardo meets with Meo and Sturgis, and they follow him in Meo's 1996
    Nissan Maxima to Dinardo's family home. A mobile license plate reader spots
    Dinardo's vehicle, a Silver 2016 Ford pickup truck, in Solebury Township at
    7:49 p.m.
    The plate reader also spots Meo's Nissan Maxima seconds later,
    according to the complaint.

    After arriving at the house, Meo and Sturgis get into Dinardo's truck and drive
    to the family's farmland property, where Kratz remained. As Meo and Sturgis exit
    the truck, Dinardo shoots Meo in the back, Dinardo later tells police. Meo
    collapses to the ground, screaming.
    Sturgis starts to run away and Dinardo shoots at him, striking and killing him.
    Dinardo, out of ammunition, gets in the backhoe and drives over Meo, crushing
    him to death, the complaint states.
    Dinardo uses the backhoe to pick up Meo and Sturgis and put their bodies in the
    same metal tank where he earlier had placed Finocchiaro's body. He pours
    gasoline into the metal tank and lights it, a complaint states.
    Dinardo and Kratz then leave the farm without burying the burned bodies of the
    three men.



    July 8, Saturday Day 4 - Melissa Fretanduno-Meo contacts Plumstead Twp
    Police Dept. to report her 21 year-old missing. Thomas did not show up for
    work that day.
    In the afternoon, Dinardo and Kratz return to the farm and use the backhoe to
    dig a 12.5-foot-deep hole -- about 1/2-mile away from Patrick's grave -- and
    bury the "pig roaster" containing the charred bodies of Finocchiaro, Meo and
    Sturgis, the complaint states.

    At about 5 p.m., Dinardo contacts an unidentified male friend in Bensalem.
    They meet up and Dinardo offers to sell him a 1996 Nissan Maxima for $500 --
    Meo's vehicle, according to a complaint.



    July 9, Sunday Day 5 - Mark Sturgis' family report him missing to the
    Pennsyvania State Police, after Mark did not show up for work with Thomas.
    (time unknown)

    July 9, Sunday - 2:10am - Police locate Sturgis' vehicle in an area
    known as Peddler's Village in Bucks County at 2:10 a.m., less than two miles
    from where the men were killed, a complaint states.


    July 9, Sunday - ~ 4am - Two hours later, investigators locate Meo's
    1996 Nissam Maxima at Dinardo's family home in Solesbury Township. The keys
    and title to the vehicle, still in Meo's name, hang on the wall inside the garage of
    the property, a complaint states.


    July 9, Sunday - 2:30pm - Bucks County detectives interview Dinardo
    at 2:30 p.m., questioning about his interactions with Dean Finocchiaro on the
    night he went missing. Dinardo tells police that he picked up Finocchiaro at his
    home at about 7:00 p.m. on July 7 and that Finocchiaro asked him to drive to
    Langhorne for "a big coke deal," the complaint states.
    He says he made Finocchiaro get out of his truck and then went fishing. Dinardo
    denied to police that he was in the Solebury Township area that evening.


    July 9, Sunday - ~4:30pm - Later that afternoon, Bucks County
    detectives interview Dinardo's friend from Bensalem (KBM-Known Bensalem
    Male). He tell them that Dinardo offered to sell him an older-model Nissan
    Maxima, according to the criminal complaint.
    KBM received a call from
    Dinardo on July 8 at approximately 5pm.


    July 10, Monday - Day 6 - Search warrant to search property at 6xxx
    Lower York Rd in Solebury Twp, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Deep grave found
    on property.
    Investigators search several locations for evidence. But a signal from one of
    the missing men's cell phones leads them to the Dinardo family's farmland
    property, according to CNN affiliate WPVI. They execute a search warrant there, a
    complaint states, hoping to find the men alive.
    The same day, police arrest Dinardo for the unrelated and formerly dismissed
    firearms charge dating back to February. His bail is set at $1 million.



    July 11, Tuesday Day 7 - Dad bails out Cosmo.


    July 12, Wednesday Day 8 - With pressure mounting to find the missing
    men, Weintraub announces that officers have recovered several important pieces
    of evidence but that the investigation remains "wide open."
    Police later re-arrest Dinardo for allegedly stealing and then trying to sell
    Meo's vehicle one day after he went missing, according to a criminal
    complaint.Not long after, investigators discover the body of Finocchiaro, as well
    as other unidentified human remains, in a 12.5-foot-deep grave on the farmland
    property. The other remains are later identified as Meo and Sturgis.[/i]

    July 12, Wednesday - 12 midnight - DA press conference announces
    discovery of the grave.


    July 13, Thursday - Day 9 - Detectives interview Dinardo a second time.
    Confesses his and Kratz's involvement in murders. Tells detectives where
    Patrick's body is.

    ~ 9:20pm - After confession Sean Kratz is detained and interviewed.
    Patrick's body unearthed from grave site.


    July 14, Friday Day 10 - DA's office files multiple charges against Dinardo and
    Kratz.
    Dinardo faces four criminal homicide charges, and Kratz faces three criminal
    homicide charges, according to a criminal complaint.
    In court judge enters not guilty plea on defendants' behalf and orders them held
    without bail.



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    I remember reading previously in this thread about how the FBI has gotten involved in this case. Does anyone have any speculation as to what would have made this a national case?

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