The four men were acquaintances, police said Monday.
This undated photo provided by the Bucks County District Attorney's Office in Doylestown, Pa., shows Sean Kratz of Philadelphia. Jimi Tar Patrick, 19, was last seen on Wednesday. But prosecutors refile the charge. That 1996 Nissan Maxima was also found on the family's farm.
Kratz faces three counts of criminal homicide, three counts of conspiracy to commit criminal homicide, three counts of abuse of corpse and 11 other charges.
On late Wednesday, authorities found one of the bodies and also said they had found other human remains buried on DiNardo's parents farm. It appears their remains have not yet been positively recovered.
All four vanished a week ago. DiNardo sold quarter-pound quantities of marijuana for several thousand dollars and sold handguns to area residents, the person said.
It's the second time in recent days that Dinardo has been arrested.
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He was one of four men, who recently went missing in the rural area.
On Thursday, Philly.com writer Colt Shaw managed to get a series of messages in a Snapchat conversation between DiNardo and a group of friends. They were both last seen Friday.
Newtown Township, Plumstead Township, Middletown Township Police and state police are all involved in the joint investigation, Bucks County Assistant District Attorney Gregg Shore told ABC affiliate WPVI-TV.
Kratz's mother, Vanessa, declined to comment on her son arrest's when reached by phone.
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A person with first-hand knowledge of DiNardo's confession said he killed the men after he felt cheated or threatened during three drug transactions and then burned their bodies at his family's farm.
"As parents, Mr. and Mrs. DiNardo sympathize with the parents and families of the missing young men and they are cooperating in every way possible with the investigation being conducted by law enforcement".
"I don't understand the science behind it but these dogs could smell these four boys 12 ½ feet below the ground", Bucks County District Attorney Matthew Weintraub said of the discovery.
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