Camillus Man charged in fatal Hit & Run Collision


  Major Philip T. Rougeux
  Troop D Commander



Anthony Saccone

State Police is looking to speak with anyone who may have any information regarding Anthony Saccone or may have seen Saccone prior to yesterday’s crash.

If anyone has information, they are asked to contact State Police directly at (315) 455-2922 / (315) 366-6000 or they can use the Onondaga County Tips 411 app. 

TIP411 allows for anonymous tips to be sent via text, app or Facebook.  All information will remain confidential.
The anonymous tips can be submitted via text message, smart phone app or Facebook. This is an anonymous way for anyone to submit tips without fears of them being traceable.
People can direct the text message to 847-411, start the message with the police agency code and then type the tip. (New York State Police - Troop D: TIPNYSP)

Police agencies will monitor it on their end 24 hours a day. The technology allows for officers to respond to the tipster and communicate back and forth.

State Police are investigating a fatal two-car crash that occurred Friday, February 23, 2018 at the intersection of Onondaga Road and Onondaga Boulevard in the town of Onondaga.
The investigation has revealed, at approximately 3:40 a.m., a 2014 Chevrolet Impala, operated by 19-year-old, Baylie C. Rose was traveling south on Onondaga Road and entering the intersection of Onondaga Boulevard when she was struck by a 2015 GMC Acadia operated by Anthony J. Saccone, age 30, from 235 Gulf Road in the town of Camillus. 
Ms. Rose and two passengers, Michael S. Walker, age 18 and Samra Osmanovic, age 20 were all pronounced deceased at the scene.  Following the crash, Saccone was seen fleeing the scene and was later located by using a State Police Bloodhound at his mother’s residence on Onondaga Boulevard.  He was subsequently taken into custody and treated at SUNY Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse for minor injuries.
Anthony Saccone is charged with Leaving the Scene of a Fatal Accident, a class “D” felony and Driving While Intoxicated. Further charges may be pending.
State Police were assisted at the scene by the Onondaga County District Attorney’s Office, town of Camillus Police Department, Solvay Police Department, Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office, Syracuse Police Department, New York State Department of Transportation, and Taunton Fire Department.