LANGHORNE, Pa. (WTXF/AP) - Loved ones of the four young men killed in Bucks County last week are invited to get help with grief counselors at Neshaminy High School on Monday.
Dean Finocchiaro, 19, was a 2016 Neshaminy graduate.
The other victims were 22-year-old Mark Sturgis, 21-year-old Tom Meo, and 19-year-old Jimi Tar Patrick.
Authorities say they were allegedly lured to a Solebury Township farm by two cousins to buy marijuana and then killed. Cosmo DiNardo and Sean Kratz face homicide charges after the bodies were unearthed at a farm.
DiNardo is charged in all four killings, which took place on the farm owned by his parents.
His cousin, Kratz, is charged in the killings of the three men who were found in the same grave. All four were shot and least three set afire.
The 20-year-old cousins previously had records for fairly minor offenses such as burglaries and traffic violations.
Monday, mourners are invited to Neshaminy High School Monday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The school is located at 2001 Old Lincoln Highway in Langhorne, 19047. Call its Counseling Center at 215-809-6101 for more information.
Sunday night, hundreds of family, friends and community members gathered for a vigil to remember the four missing young men. It was held Sunday night at the Garden of Reflection 9/11 Memorial in Lower Makefield Township. Matthew Schuler, a former contestant on the TV show "The Voice" and a Bucks County native, sang "Hallelujah."
Family members attended, but didn't speak.