DiNardo, of Bensalem, Pa., was being held on a $5 million cash bail after being arrested Wednesday; one day earlier, he had been deemed a "person of interest" in the missing-persons case after he was accused of trying to sell the vehicle belonging to one of the missing men.
DiNardo was arrested Wednesday on charges of trying to sell Meo's auto.
Sources say the spotlight is being shifted to DiNardo's parents as investigators want to question them under oath about their son's actions last weekend after four young Bucks County men disappeared. He reportedly declined to say why authorities suspect foul play, but noted police have been investigating the boys' disappearances as a crime since they went missing.
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"It's 90-plus acres, and we are going through it with the equivalent of a fine-tooth comb", Weintraub said.
Finocchiaro went missing on July 5, while the other three men vanished last Friday.
The timeline of events in Bucks County started last weekend when family members of the four missing men began reporting them missing. He was found in a grave that was more than 12 feet deep.
The details were provided after one of Cosmo DiNardo's lawyers said Thursday that DiNardo had confessed to murdering the missing men, including a Maryland college student. He was named a person of interest in the disappearances the next day, but he was released from custody after he posted a $1 million bail, 10 percent of which was paid in cash. Less than 24 hours after he was released on bail, police arrested him again Wednesday for stealing Meo's auto.
Authorities have identified one body. DiNardo was arrested on Monday on unrelated firearms charges and was held in jail with a bond of $1M.
"As is often the case in an investigation of this magnitude, it is all hands on deck", Weintraub said. As a law enforcement official escorted a shackled DiNardo from the courthouse on Thursday (Friday NZ Time), he said "I'm sorry" when asked if he had anything to say to the victims' families.