Authorities in Pennsylvania say they won’t pursue the death penalty against a man convicted in the slayings of three young men found buried at a suburban Philadelphia farm.
The Bucks County district attorney’s office said Monday that it is dropping its pursuit with the understanding of the victims’ families.
A sentencing hearing was scheduled Monday for 22-year-old Sean Kratz. He was convicted Friday of first-degree murder and other offenses.
A cousin, 22-year-old Cosmo DiNardo, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to life in prison.
Prosecutors say DiNardo lured the victims to his family's Solebury farm in 2017 as part of a robbery plot. They say Kratz shot one man in the head and served as a lookout while DiNardo killed the others.
DiNardo also confessed to killing a fourth man.
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