BUCKS COUNTY, PA. (WTXF) - Hundreds turned out Sunday night for a night of healing.
Music, prayers, and candlelight were all present in memory of the four young men whose bodies were found in a nearby Solebury Township property last week.
Many in attendance didn't know the victims personally- Jimi Taro Patrick, Dean Finocchiaro, Mark Sturgis, and Thomas Meo.
The vigil was held at the Garden of Reflection, which was created in memory of those lost on 9/11.
Family members of the young men did attend, but did not speak. Some friends, however, shared their feelings.
"Any time you call him, no matter what time it was, no matter what he could do, he did it for you," said Sean Landman, a friend of Dean's.
"He deserved the world," Kaitlyn Masone, a friend of Jimi's, said. "He was taken way too soon."
The grandparents of Jimi Patrick released a statement thanking the community. It also said the families supported the DA's decision to not seek the death penalty against Cosmo DiNardo in exchange for information that helped locate their grandson.