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Matthew D. Weintraub

District Attorney

Bucks County Community College

HQ Phone:  (267) 685-4800

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Bucks County Community College

275 Swamp Rd

Newtown, Pennsylvania,18940

United States

Company Description

About Bucks County Community College and its Foundation: Founded in 1964, Bucks County Community College is a public, two-year college that provides a wide range of educational opportunities at campuses in Newtown, Bristol, Perkasie, and online. The BCCC Found...more

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Delaware Valley College


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Murder victim's uncle speaks out about 'calculated' killing in Pennsylvania - National News - ABC News Radio

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In exchange for DiNardo's confession, Bucks County District Attorney Matt Weintraub said prosecutors will not seek the death penalty.


What we know about the man who confessed to killing 4 in Pennsylvania - National News - ABC News Radio

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Remains of Dean Finocchiaro, 19, of Middletown, were found in a grave 12-feet deep after the search of the vast property owned by DiNardo's family intensified, Bucks County District Attorney Matthew Weintraub said at a press conference early Thursday.


National News | WIMS AM 1420 - Part 2

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In exchange for DiNardo's confession, Bucks County District Attorney Matt Weintraub said prosecutors will not seek the death penalty.
The agreement includes not seeking the death penalty, Weintraub said. When asked about a motive, Weintraub said, "I don't know that and I'm not sure we'll ever know."


DA: Remains of one of four missing Pennsylvania men found | WPRV-AM

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(PHILADELPHIA) - Human remains of one of the four missing Pennsylvania men have been found and identified, Bucks County District Attorney Matthew Weintraub said at a press conference early Thursday morning, shortly after midnight.
The remains, found on a sprawling farm in suburban Philadelphia, were those of Dean Finocchiaro, 19, of Middletown, Pennsylvania, Weintraub said. "We have found human remains in an approximately 12-and-a-half-foot deep common grave that we have painstakingly dug with a lot of care so as not to damage any potential evidence," Weintraub said. Weintraub did not mention the three other missing men, but added, "there are additional human remains inside that grave. So this painstaking process will go on. We're not done yet. This is a homicide, make no mistake about it. We just don't know how many homicides, we have yet to know the answer to that question." Weintraub said, "I can't comment on the type of homicide that it is at this point, but I am comfortable classifying it as a homicide." He reiterated that the investigation is two-pronged: "We're still investigating the evidence, the investigation as you all know has taken two tracks - recovery on one side and ascertaining what actually occurred on the other side, and we're still avidly pursuing both of those avenues at this time." Cadaver dogs led investigators to the grave, he said. "We had cadaver dogs, and I don't understand the science behind it, but those dogs could smell these poor boys 12-and-a-half feet below the ground," Weintraub said. And when asked what the condition of the remains are, he said, "I don't want to comment on that but you can draw some logical conclusions - they were found inside a twelve-and-a-half foot deep hole that we had to excavate." Weintraub concluded the press conference, saying, "And I want to let you know that we reiterated over and over again, and it goes to say one more time to the families, that we're strong, and we're going to remain strong, and we're going to see this investigation to the end, and we are going to bring each and every one of these lost boys home to their families, one way or another and we will not rest until we do that." At the press conference, Weintraub addressed DiNardo, saying, "I feel that we bought ourselves a little bit of time in charging Mr. DiNardo with the stolen car case today and getting that $5 million bail. Weintraub said earlier that the relationship between the four men is not clear.


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