Fulton Man Indicted In Cayuga County

William Levea, in a mugshot from the Cayuga County Sheriff's Department.

OSWEGO, NY – The Fulton man accused of the road rage death of an Onondaga County man last year will be arraigned on Jan. 28 in Cayuga County Court.

According to a spokesperson for the Cayuga County DA’s Office, a grand jury today (Jan. 20) returned a 15-count indictment against William L. Levea, 79.

The most serious charge he is facing is second-degree murder.

The specific charges won’t be announced until Levea’s arraignment, the spokesperson added.

On Nov. 20, police allege that Levea repeatedly rammed his car into the rear of a pickup truck driven by Christopher J. Spack, 41, of Camillus.

Spack reportedly lost control of the vehicle along Route 370 in Cato and was hit by an oncoming truck.

He was thrown from his vehicle; he was pronounced dead at the scene.

Levea is being held without bail in Cayuga County Jail.

He’s facing 25 years to life in prison if convicted on the murder charge.