Kratz told authorities he had not yet retained counsel.
But each outlined the victims’ final hours in their detailed accounts to investigators.
Two days later, Di Nardo set his sights on Finocchiaro and picked up Kratz on the way to meet him.
The pair would later tell investigators that they hatched a plan to rob their friend after luring him to the Solebury property.
When the man only brought $800 to the exchange, Di Nardo said, he led him to a remote part of his family’s property and shot him with a .22-caliber rifle.