He has been charged with two misdemeanor counts of trespassing in a residence without authorization, Wagstaffe said.
Baggett initially found the homicide suspect, 36-year-old Ohio resident Francis Wolke, after deciding to pay Anderson a visit the night of Dec. 12, he said. He found Wolke in her house covered in blood and held him at knifepoint until police arrived. Wolke faces first-degree murder charges.
On Dec. 13, Wagstaffe said, Baggett entered Anderson's home, a closed-off crime scene, through the second-story window. He told police then that he was in mourning, Wagstaffe said. At the time, police did not pursue prosecution of Baggett for the incident.
On Jan. 27, Baggett again entered the house through the second story.
The house is on the market and the real estate agent had installed a video camera, which recorded the incident, Wagstaffe said. Baggett told police, Wagstaffe added, that he believed some of his personal property was still in the house, but when he saw it had been emptied, he took a potted plant.
Baggett pleaded not guilty to both charges on Jan. 30.
Meanwhile, Wolke's next court date has been rescheduled for March 15. On Feb. 14, Wolke's attorney indicated she wanted to review the autopsy report for Anderson before entering a plea, but the Coroner's Office hadn't completed it yet, according to the San Mateo County District Attorney's Office.
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