(CNN) – Susan Coleman and her husband were enjoying a quiet afternoon in the pool last week when their bucolic stretch of Pennsylvania reverberated with gunfire.
“It was just too many shots all at once — very disturbing,” said Coleman, who’s still unsure who fired those shots. “It was overkill. You’d pulverize a deer with the kind of shots that we heard.”
The serenity of affluent Solebury Township has been shattered by the week-long investigation into the murders of four missing young men who authorities say were lured to a remote farm in northern Bucks County with the promise of a marijuana deal.
On that isolated farm, the four men were shot, one of them was run over with a backhoe, three of the bodies were burned in a pig roaster, and the four were buried in makeshift graves on the sprawling property.
Two cousins, Cosmo Dinardo, 20, and Sean Kratz, also 20, were arrested and are charged in the killings. The bodies were found on land owned by Dinardo’s parents, according to court documents.