Syracuse, N.Y. - The man accused of driving drunk and killing three young adults in the Town of Onondaga back in February has been released from jail.
Anthony Saccone was released from the Onondaga County Justice Center on Saturday after his bail was reduced. Saccone is accused of driving drunk while high on cocaine when he t-boned a car with three current and former OCC students.
Saccone's bail was reduced on Thursday at a court hearing. Saccone posted $500,000 bond.