Drunken Road Rage Killer Denied Parole Again

Auburn, N.Y. - The deranged drunkard from Fulton serving time for repeatedly ramming a random driver and eventually causing that driver's death in 2011 has been denied parole again.

William LeVea was sentenced to six to 18 years in prison for instigating the crash that killed Christopher Spack, of Camillus.

LeVea pleaded guilty to chasing Spack and ramming him for miles, before forcing him into a fatal crash in Cayuga County while he was inebriated.

LeVea had been seeking a medical parole for a third time and will be up for regular parole in two years. He was denied a regular parole once as well.

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