Convicted arsonist Anthony Baye was sentenced Wednesday in Northampton, Massachusetts to up to 20 years in prison and 15 years’ probation for setting 27 fires in that city between 2007 and 2009.
The trial of Anthony Baye began with opening statements in Springfield Thursday. Baye is accused of setting fifteen fires in Northampton, Massachusetts in December 2009.
Jury selection in the long-delayed trial of alleged Northampton, Massachusetts arsonist Anthony Baye is began Monday.
The trial of Anthony Baye, began with jury selection Monday in Hampden Superior Court in Springfield.
The wife and mother of two men killed in a 2009 fire in Northampton, Massachusetts has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against alleged arsonist Anthony Baye.
The trial of alleged arsonist Anthony Baye of Northampton, Massachusetts inched forward today (Thursday) in Hampden Superior Court in Springfield.
Anthony Baye, who is accused of arson and murder, was arraigned on 42 counts Thursday in Hampshire County Superior Court in Northampton, Massachusetts.
The Northwestern District Attorney in Western Massachusetts has thrown out most of the charges against suspected arsonist Anthony Baye.
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court has thrown out the alleged confession of Anthony Baye, a Northampton man who admitted to setting a series of fires in the city in late 2009.