Onondaga County District Attorney Bill Fitzpatrick tells NewsChannel 9 that Onondaga County Court Judge Matthew Doran revoked bail for Anthony Saccone on Monday morning.
Saccone was arrested early Sunday morning after “stunt driving” in the Town of Salina.
Deputies say they observed a 1983 Chevrolet Malibu performing a “burnout” along Electronics Parkway near 7th North Street.
Deputies conducted a traffic stop on the car and identified the operator of the vehicle as Anthony Saccone.
Deputies discovered that Saccone consumed alcohol while operating the car. Saccone refused to take a breath test and was taken into custody. He was being held on $500,000 bail after being arraigned Sunday morning in Syracuse City Court.
Saccone is already facing three counts of murder after a crash on February 23rd in the Town of Onondaga that killed 18-year-old Michael Walker, 19-year-old Baylie Rose and 20-year-old Samra Osmanovic.
Investigators say Saccone was driving 86 miles per hour in a 35 miles per hour zone when he blew through a red light, hitting the car the victims were riding in, and then leaving the scene.
According to court documents obtained by NewsChannel 9 earlier this year, investigators believe Saccone was drunk and had taken cocaine before the deadly crash.