Cosmo DiNardo Killings To Be Featured In True Crime TV Show | Newtown News of Interest |

The case that rattled Bucks County, and the nation, will be featured in an upcoming true crime special on Investigation Discovery.

"The Lost Boys of Bucks County," a two-hour special, will follow the story of four men, who all went missing within days of each other, and who were all later found dead on the same Solebury Township farm.

After several harrowing July days, investigators arrested 21-year-old Cosmo DiNardo, whose family owned the farm where the bodies were buried. Later, in confession tapes, DiNardo would admit to the killings with brutal dispassion. In a matter-of-fact tone, he graphically and calmly describes the gruesome details of the murders, and tells investigators the killing spree began on July 5 over a botched drug deal with his first victim, 19-year-old Jimi Taro Patrick of Newtown. Later victims were Dean Finocchiaro, 19, Thomas Meo, 21, and Mark Sturgis, 22.

The show, according to the production company, Story House Productions, seems to focus on the investigation; specifically, the work of Middletown Township Office Megan Freer. Freer was given the Award of Valor by the National Liberty Museum in Philadelphia for her work in the case.


It's estimated that the show will be released in the first quarter of 2020.