"He just enjoyed himself and he didn't care what anyone thought," his father Anthony Finocchiaro said. "He did love the life that he lived."
Mark Sturgis was always a big kid, physically and emotionally mature, but he was soft on the inside. He had an ability to calm people, no matter what was going on, his family said.
Tom Meo would go out of his way to carve out time for his family, getting breakfast with his mom and goofing around with his younger sisters. He looked out for the girls, his mother said.
One year after their loved ones' bodies were found on a Bucks County farm, the families of Cosmo DiNardo's murder victims spoke to the Inquirer and Daily News.
"This crime is every parent's nightmare," Chester County District Attorney Thomas Hogan said in a statement. A man has been arrested and charged.
Nicole Cadwalader told police she slit her grandmother's throat and beat her with a baseball bat because she believed she was a "wretched, evil woman."
The boy, 3, was transported to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia with a head injury, officials say. His parents were being held Tuesday at Delaware County prison on felony child endangerment charged.
"I still see what I saw that day every time I blink my eyes," said Mike McDonald, who walked into the scene of his sister's gruesome murder nearly two years ago. The case remains unsolved, despite a blood trail leading to a neighbor's property.
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The two cousins were charged in the deaths of four young men found buried on a Bucks County farm property last summer.
Friends told police he had joked before about "shooting up" schools and talked of suicide. He has been involuntarily committed for a mental health evaluation.