Anthony Baye Agrees to May Trial Date

Anthony Baye is seen here (center) flanked on either side by his legal counsel

NORTHAMPTON, Mass. (WGGB) — The man accused of setting fire to dozens of home almost three years ago has agreed to a trial date next Spring.

Anthony Baye was back in court Wednesday. He told a judge that he’s fine with his projected May 2013 date.

Baye is accused of killing two people in a string of fires he allegedly set in December of 2009. He was arrested back in 2010 but some of the charges were dropped after the Supreme Judicial Court ruled that a videotaped interview was inadmissable.

In July, Baye was indicted again on 42 new charges, including murder, armed burglary, arson, and attempted arson.

He has plead not guilty to those charges.

  • Mick

    A nice looking young man.