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Person of Interest in Missing Bucks Co. Men Arrested

Person of Interest in Missing Bucks Co. Men Arrested

DiNardo, whose family owns the farm, confessed on Thursday and agreed to plead guilty to the four murder counts, attorney Paul Lang said outside court, where DiNardo had met with investigators.

DiNardo and Patrick attended high school together at Holy Ghost Preparatory School in Bensalem.

Sturgis lives in Pennsburg, Meo in Plumstead, Finocchiaro in Middletown and 19-year-old Jimi Tar Patrick in Newtown Township.

Finocchiaro was last seen around 6:30 p.m. Friday getting into a vehicle at Hampton Drive in Middletown Township, according to WPVI.

DiNardo told authorities the location of the four bodies, Lang said, adding that in exchange for the full confession, the District Attorney's Office promised that the death penalty would not be sought. Weintraub also said he expected to have more information on Friday morning. Other remains were found on a sprawling farm in suburban Philadelphia but they still needed to be identified, he said. Sources told ABC News a cellphone alert is what led authorities the property, though Weintraub has said he can't say what directed authorities there. The confession came a day after the body of one of the missing men, Dean Finocchiaro, 19, was discovered in a 12 foot deep common grave on his parent's family farm. A $5 million bail was set Wednesday after DiNardo was taken into custody for a second time.

One of the men went missing Wednesday, and three others vanished Friday.

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Hours before the announced discovery, police arrested a young man whose parents own the farm on a charge tying him to one of the missing men.

Video aired by KYW-TV showed the handcuffed Dinardo emerging from a meeting with authorities and telling reporters "I'm sorry" when asked what he had to say to the families of the men.

Investigators have uncovered what they call key clues at a property in southeast Pennsylvania as the search continues for four young men who have been mysteriously missing for days.

DiNardo was first arrested Monday and held on $1-million bail on an unrelated gun charge stemming from an incident in February, when he was caught with a shotgun and ammunition, which he was not authorized to possess because of mental health issues, officials said. At this time, only one of the young men has been identified in the remains.

Likewise, while there is no proof that any of the men have been harmed, "we are treating this as a criminal investigation until we know differently", the district attorney said.