Cayuga road rage killer is terminally ill, could be freed

The New York State Commissioner of the Department of Corrections and Community Supervision has given notice that convicted felon William Levea, is allegedly suffering from an undisclosed terminal illness, and in the opinion of the Commissioner, he is so debilitated that he is unlikely to be physically capable of presenting a danger to society. The Board of Parole will be considering an application for early medical parole release of this violent defendant in a matter of days.Levea is currently serving a sentence of 6-18 years for his 2011 convictions for Aggravated Vehicular Homicide, DWI and Reckless Driving. Levea killed Christopher Spack and seriously injured Bradley Leyburn in a high speed DWI crash on November 20,2009 after chasing Mr. Spack for miles, repeatedly ramming his SUV into Mr. Spack’s truck until Mr. Spack spun out and was sent careening into the path of Bradley Leyburn’s truck. In the video below, the victim’s family is outraged about the possible parole of Levea… A press conference about this possible early release of a dangerous and violent felon will be held on Thursday April 10, 2014 at 4:00 p.m. in the Cayuga County District Attorney’s Office in Auburn, New York.

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