Second Person of Interest in Pennsylvania Murders Reportedly in Custody
By Travis Fedschun | Fox News
A second person of interest was taken into custody late Thursday in the investigation into the gruesome murders of four men on a secluded farm in Pennsylvania.
The unidentified person was detained in northeast Philadelphia, Fox 29 reported.
The detention comes on the heels of Cosmo DiNardo’s attorney saying that his client admitted to killing the four men and telling authorities the location of the bodies.
The Associated Press, citing a person with firsthand knowledge of his confession, reported the DiNardo had a co-conspirator.
Paul Lang, DiNardo's lawyer, told reporters earlier Thursday DiNardo, 20, is ready to plead guilty four counts of first-degree murder. Lang said in exchange for the confession, prosecutors agreed to take the death penalty off the table.
“I’m sorry,” a shackled DiNardo said as he left the courthouse.