But some links connecting the men had emerged by midweek: A Bensalem friend of Meo’s, Eric Beitz, said that Di Nardo aggressively sought new customers for his marijuana and firearms dealings.
Beitz, Meo and Sturgis reportedly first met Di Nardo when he was looking to sell marijuana.
Some wore protective clothing and foot coverings at what appeared in aerial photographs to be a key search site, where several portable tent canopies have been erected.
Bucks County DA Matthew Weintraub (gesturing) holds a midnight press conference July 13, 2017 to announce that bodies have been found on a Solebury farm belonging to the Di Nardo family, with one positive identification — Dean A. Laura Mc Crystal covers everything about taxes, government revenue, and how such policies impact people in Philadelphia and beyond.
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Finocchiaro disappeared Friday along with Meo, 21, of Plumstead, and Mark R. Another young man, Jimi Tar Patrick, 19, of Newtown, went missing two days earlier. On Finocchiaro’s brother’s Facebook page, condolences poured in after the news conference in comments under a photo Anthony Finocchiaro had earlier posted of himself and his brother.
Another relative of posted on Facebook minutes after the announcement.