88-year-old man who killed Camillus man in drunken road rage denied parole for 6th time

An 88-year-old man who killed a Camillus man in a drunken road rage was denied parole for the sixth time on Friday.

William Levea was originally arrested for the incident in 2009. He was 79 at the time.

He is currently serving 6 to 18 years in prison.

LeVea chased his victim, Christopher Spack, 41, for miles, repeatedly ramming his SUV into Spack’s truck until Spack spun out and was sent careening into the path of another truck. Spack died in the crash. LeVea is serving 6 to 18 years in state prison for aggravated vehicular homicide and driving while intoxicated.

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