Families of Cosmo DiNardo’s victims stand with lawmakers pushing for tougher gun laws

July 31, 2018

By Staff

Relatives of two of the four young men who were murdered by Cosmo DiNardo one year ago stood with lawmakers Tuesday to push for stricter gun laws, measures lawmakers say could have prevented their sons’ brutal slayings.

At the Solebury Township building, three miles from where the killings took place, relatives of Jimi Patrick and  Tom Meo  joined State Reps. Helen Tai (D., Bucks) and Perry Warren (D., Bucks) to announce the potential legislation, which would require gun owners to securely store their firearms while living with someone who has been involuntarily committed for mental health treatment.

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