Two cousins charged in the deaths of four young men found buried deep on a sprawling Pennsylvania farm say they didn't kill anyone. Cosmo DiNardo and Sean Kratz on Thursday pleaded not guilty to multiple charges of murder and corpse abuse in the July killings. DiNardo is charged in four of the deaths. Kratz is charged in three. Neither cousin spoke during their separate arraignments in Doylestown.
The two suspects in the slayings of four young men on a Bucks County farm earlier this year may face the death penalty when their cases go to trial after the county prosecutor filed necessary paperwork Wednesday. A "notice of aggravating circumstances" was filed against both Cosmo DiNardo and Sean Patrick Kratz, according to online court records.
A husband is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the man who punched his wife in the face in front of their children during a road rage incident at a popular shopping center in Montgomery County. Lisa O’Neill was driving with her two sons back on Dec. 4 in Upper Providence Township around 4:35 p.m. She told police she was traveling west on Arcola Road at the Providence Town Center when she accidentally cut off another driver as she was trying to enter the left lane.
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