He has not been charged in connection with the missing men at this time.
Meo's grandfather, Chuck Meo, told an NBC News producer that crews found the remains under a blue tarp after lifting out a tank.
The science of cadaver dogs is a fascinating combination of biology and single-minded training, said Cat Warren, the author of "What the Dog Knows: Scent, Science, and the Amazing Ways Dogs Perceive the World". "We're not done yet". Prosecutors in Bucks County had previously asked the Bensalem Police Department to arrest Cosmo for the charge, which had been dismissed, but didn't until then.
One of the four missing men has been identified, and police have a man in custody they are calling a person of interest.
Lang says the confession came after the prosecutor agreed not to pursue death penalty, according to the report.
Finocchiaro's aunt, Tina Finocchiaro, posted on Facebook: "I am completely crushed heartbroken and numb". "You would never think something like this would happen to your own family", wrote Johnny Finocchiaro.
The property on which police found Finocchiaro's remains belongs to DiNardo's father.
DiNardo, who was named as a person of interest, was arrested Wednesday for stealing the vehicle of Meo. Sturgis and Meo are last seen that day, as is Dean Finocchiaro, 19, of Middletown Township.
The person with knowledge of the confession said one of the men was killed on July 5 and the other three were killed on July 7.
When they arrived, Dinardo said Patrick had only $800, so Dinardo offered to sell him a shotgun for that amount.
The dogs hone those skills with training that uses real donated human body parts, including placenta, teeth, bones and human fat, she said.
On Wednesday, July 12, Weintraub announces that investigators have found important evidence. Investigators set up tents and began searching the spot.
DiNardo's lawyer admitted Thursday his client's role in the four slayings.
A Bensalemfriend of Meo's, Eric Beitz, said that DiNardo aggressively sought new customers for his marijuana and firearms dealings.
Dinardo told police that when they exited the property he shot Meo in the back, who fell to the ground screaming.
About 8 p.m., a mobile license plate reader captures an image of Meo's plate on Street Road in Solebury Township.
A wooded area near Peddler's Village, a nearby shopping area, is also the scene of an investigation.
Meo, a diabetic, had to have his life-saving medication with him at all times.
"They had this information days ago". "They are tenderly, painstakingly, reverentially recovering the remains of people that they do not even know that they never even met".
Police are continuing their search of the suspect's 90-acre farm, which is owned by his parents. The arrest on Wednesday comes on the fourth day of an intensive search of that property.
"We live here, we pass by, we saw the helicopters", Mangano said.
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