Paul Porrini, of Selden, sentenced to 3 to 9 years in prison for fatal crash that killed Christopher White, of Medford

Paul Porrini, of Selden, admits to using heroin

Paul Porrini, of Selden, admits to using heroin before running a red light and causing a five-car crash in Ronkonkoma last September. (May 21, 2014 5:53 PM)

A man who drove high and killed a man escorting veterans to MacArthur Airport was sentenced to three to nine years in prison as part of a plea deal. 

Paul Porrini, of Selden, admitted to using heroin the night before he ran a red light and causing a five-car crash in Ronkonkoma last September. 

The crash killed motorcyclist Christopher White, of Medford. White, who was a member...

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