Cato road rage killer tries for parole again citing terminal illness
A Cato man who was convicted in a road rage killing more than a decade ago will have another parole hearing.
William LeVea, 89, is trying for the seventh time to be released from prison.
He’s serving a 6-18 year sentence in the death of Christopher Spack, which happened in 2009.
LeVea was intoxicated and rammed Spack’s truck from behind numerous times – before spinning him into oncoming traffic.
State parole officials say LeVea is suffering from an undisclosed terminal illness.
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