William LeVea is trying for his sixth time to get released early from prison, for an alcohol-fueled road-rage killing in 2009.
LeVea chased 41-year-old Christopher Spack in Cato 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.
LeVea, now 88 years old, is eligible for a parole hearing in July. He will meet with the New York State Parole Board at the Fishkill Correctional Facility.
This was his third attempt at regular parole, but he has been denied medical parole three times as well.