BUCKS COUNTY (CBS) — Two weeks ago, the search for four missing men in Bucks County came to end on a Solebury farm.

Search crews discovered the men’s bodies in a common grave, and charges were filed against two cousins.

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KYW’s Jim Melwert sat down with Bucks County district attorney Matt Weintraub for an in-depth, one-on-one interview about the chain of events that captivated the nation.

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Not long after the four men were reported missing, the search centered on a 90-acre farm in Solebury Township. Weintraub says cadaver dogs hit on five locations on the property, but as the hours and days ticked by.

“We were oh-for-four and I just remember feeling a great sense of despair, myself,” he said.

Weintraub says it seemed like hope was fading.

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“The hole is being dug deeper and deeper and deeper and I’m talking 6 feet, 7 feet, 8 feet, 9 feet,” he said.

Still no sign of the bodies, with a heat index at points over 100-degrees, in dusty conditions.

“And these men and women are in there and they have to wear these Tyvek suits that are basically like greenhouses, little personal greenhouses,” he said.

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Dean Finocchiaro, Mark Sturgis and Tom Meo were found in the hole, but it took what his attorney’s call a confession from Cosmo Dinardo to find the remains of Jimi Patrick.


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