Anthony Saccone Pleads Guilty To Fatal Crash Charges

Syracuse, N.Y. - Anthony Saccone admitted in Onondaga County Court this morning to driving drunk and killing three young adults with close ties to OCC.

Saccone had been accused of driving drunk and high on cocaine when he T-boned a car in the Town of Onondaga on Feb. 23. 19-year-old Baylie Rose, 18-year-old Michael Walker, and 20-year-old Samra Osmanovic were killed in the crash.

He pleaded guilty to driving while impaired, aggravated vehicular manslaughter, and leaving the scene of a fatal crash without reporting. He avoided facing a murder sentence. 

Saccone faces between 10 and 30 years in prison when he sentenced on October 19th. He had been back in jail after his bail had been revoked following his weekend arrest. 

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