UTICA, N.Y. -- The Utica man accused of stabbing his grandmother and setting her West Street apartment on fire in January was back in court Monday.
Andre Anderson appeared in Oneida County Court for a wade hearing, which is used to determine if the identification of a defendant was tainted.
Raymond Maldonado, an investigator with the Utica Police Department, testified in court that he followed the proper police procedure when allowing a witness to identify the defendant in a photo lineup.
Judge Michael Dwyer is expected to issue a ruling at a later date.
Anderson's jury trial will start September 23.
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