“The Lost Boys of Bucks County” Will Cover the 2017 Gruesome Murders on National TV Tonight
The gripping story of the 2017 killings of four men in Solebury (Bucks County) will be featured on national TV tonight.
The special, which is called “The Lost Boys of Bucks County” will air at 9 pm on Investigation Discovery. The 2-hour special, which premieres tonight, "unravels the shocking serial murders rocked an idyllic, sleepy suburb of Philadelphia to its core," the network said in a press release.
The two hour special will recall the 2017 case, which began on July 5, 2017, when 19-year-old Jimi Patrick (of Newtown) went missing. Over the next two days, three other young men (19-year-old Dean Finocchiaro, 21-year-old Tom Meo, and 22-year-old Mark Sturgis) also vanished without a trace.
The case made national headlines as locals in our area lived in fear for four days that July.
"ID exposes the harrowing investigation which confounded law enforcement and speaks to the devastated families who are left in the wake of a senseless tragedy," according to the network's press release.
A police investigation led to a 20-year-old man, Cosmo DiNardo, who eventually confessed to the crimes, along with his accomplice (and cousin), Sean Kratz.
The murders all occurred on DiNardo's family farm in Solebury after the men lured them to the property to sell marijuana.
Both men were found guilty in the case. DiNardo is serving four life sentences, and Kratz is serving a life sentence (without parole).