Tuesday, September 22, 2020
Tuesday, September 22, 2020

DiNardo crime scene released; police tell YC
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Solebury, Pa. (YC) – The large farm where Cosmo DiNardo brutally murdered and buried the bodies of four young men has been released as a crime scene earlier today, the Solebury Police confirmed with YC.

YC reached out to Solebury Township Police Department at 2:20 p.m. where an official confirmed that the scene had been cleared.

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Solebury Chief of Police, Dominick Bellizzie informed YC via email that the scene was officially cleared July 20, 2017 at 2:00 p.m.

Philadelphia Police were on location yesterday with other authorities for one last walk through of the property to ensure no evidence had been left behind.

“There is increased activity out on the Solebury property today because investigators are considering releasing the crime scene soon,” District Attorney Matthew Weintraub told reporters. “Because of that, and because renewed probable cause would be required for us to revisit the property once it is released to its owners, we want to make absolutely certain that we have not missed any evidence before departing. To that end, and because of the vast size of the property itself, a large number of law enforcement personnel, police cadets and others, including horses and dogs, are required for this comprehensive walk-through.”

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Philadelphia Police said they are investigating claims made by DiNardo stating he had killed two other individuals in Philadelphia years ago.
 

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