"It's nightmare on elm street and guess who's playing Freddy," DiNardo reportedly wrote less than a month before the murders.
Two weeks following the death of Jimi Taro Patrick, 19, the first of the four victims murdered by senseless killer, Cosmo DiNardo, his girlfriend has spoken out, RadarOnline.com has learned. In an emotional and heartbreaking tribute to her late boyfriend, Jordan Higgins took to Facebook to post a message directly addressed to Patrick. Posted by Read More
"The behavior was enough for us to be concerned."
The man who admitted to killing four young men in Pennsylvania had a history of run-ins with the law, including incidents that got him banned at two separate educational institutions. Cosmo DiNardo, 20, was banned from his alma mater, Holy Ghost Preparatory School, as well as Arcadia University,...
Authorities in Philadelphia have not yet been able to question Cosmo DiNardo regarding claims that he killed two people in the city.
Philadelphia Police want to find out if there is any truth to his claims.
Cosmo DiNardo is charged in the slayings of four men found buried on his family's Pennsylvania farm last week
He allegedly confessed to two other killings in the Philadelphia area in the last five years.
The Pennsylvania real-estate heir who confessed last week to murdering four young men also had trouble taking “no” for an answer.
Cosmo DiNardo and Sean Kratz were both charged Friday with criminal homicide after DiNardo confessed to killing each of the four missing Pennsylvania men.
The 20-year-old allegedly behind the killing of the four Pennsylvania men, Cosmo DiNardo, has come forward with even more chilling confessions regarding his violent past, RadarOnline.com can report. The heir to a real estate and construction...Show More Summary
Before Cosmo DiNardo confessed to killing four young men in Bucks County, Pa., there were signs of a volatile, bullying personality getting worse over time.
Victims Dean Finocchiaro, 19 (identified) Jimi Tar Patrick, 19 Mark Sturgis, 22 Tom Meo, 21 DiNardo Farms murders: Remains of 4 men found buried on the property; Cosmo DiNardo has allegedly confessed to being involved in their deaths Update: DiNardo Farm murders Second suspect, Sean Kratz in custody; Both formally charged with 4 counts of […]
Cosmo DiNardo admitted to the murders, but what was his motive?
Photos showing accused Pennsylvania killer Cosmo DiNardo brandishing a gun have surfaced following his reported confession. Read more...
Sean Kratz was reportedly an accomplice to Cosmo DiNardo, who confessed to his involvement in the killings Thursday.
Cosmo Dinardo, 20, and Sean Kratz, 20, were accused of shooting and killing three of the men, while Dinardo alone was accused of killing the fourth, according to Bucks County District Attorney Matthew Weintraub. The bodies of the men,...Show More Summary
Cosmo DiNardo and his cousin, Sean Kratz, were charged Friday with multiple counts of homicide, abuse of a corpse, and conspiracy in connection with the deaths of the men who disappeared earlier this month in Pennsylvania, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. According to NBC News, the district attorney says "we may...
Investigators say Cosmo DiNardo and Sean Kratz described the gruesome ends of four men allegedly lured to DiNardo's farm
Dinardo was recently diagnosed with schizophrenia