NEW YORK STATE (WSYR-TV) — William LaVea will be up for parole in July. He was sentenced for a road rage crash that left a Camillus man dead back in November of 2009.
LeVea, now 88, was speeding and drunk when he repeatedly rammed Christopher Spack’s pickup, sending it spinning into the path of another truck. Spack was killed in the crash. LeVea has been serving a 6-to-18 year sentence.
LeVea will see the Parole Board at Fishkill Correctional Facility in July.
According to the Cayuga County District Attorney, LeVea had been denied a Medical Parole after Hearings in 2014, in November 2015 and in July 2016. In July of 2015 and in July 2017, he was denied Parole at his regularly scheduled semi-annual parole hearings. This is his third attempt at Parole at a semi-annual hearing.