NEW YORK STATE (WSYR-TV) Peter Rauch is nearing the end of his minimum sentence of two years in state prison and will now face a parole board this week.

In March 2017, the former Onondaga County District Attorney’s office investigator was driving drunk when he hit and killed Seth Collier, 18, on North Salina Street and then left the scene.

Rauch was sentenced to two-to-six years in prison after pleading guilty to vehicular manslaughter and leaving the scene of a fatal accident.

Oswego County District Attorney Greg Oakes requesting his parole be denied and releasing a statement that reads in part:

“Rauch’s release at this time would be an insult to Seth’s memory and would further undermine the family’s trust in the criminal justice system. Peter Rauch is entirely responsible for his own imprisonment.”

Greg Oakes, Oswego County D.A.

In a Facebook post, Collier’s mom is also encouraging the community to write letters opposing Rauch’s release.