David Heise, 28, of Mooney Pond Road was driving a...

David Heise, 28, of Mooney Pond Road was driving a Dodge pickup truck on Veterans Memorial Highway in Ronkonkoma when he struck a BMW driven by Eugene Franjola, 17, of Oakdale, police said. Franjola and his friend Stephen Massina, 16, of Sayville, died in the crash. (April 11, 2010) Credit: SCPD

The Selden man who killed two teenagers in a car crash has lost his plea deal.

An annoyed Suffolk County Court Judge James F.X. Doyle told David Heise Monday he would not be allowed to withdraw his guilty pleas to criminally negligent homicide and drug dealing and he won't get the promised sentence of 11/3 to 4 years.

Doyle reminded Heise he'd warned him not to get arrested on any new charges while free on bail, yet two days after pleading guilty, he was arrested in Queens on charges of possession of heroin. And after his bail was revoked for that arrest, he was charged with trying to smuggle drugs into the jail by hiding them in his body. "I'm hearing things that are troubling to the court," Doyle said. "This behavior is completely unacceptable."

Heise now faces a maximum of 11/3 to 13 years on the original charges. That doesn't include the 9 years he could face in Queens on the new drug possession charge or the 21/3 to 7 years he could faces on his promoting prison contraband charge.

The families of Eugene Franjola, 17, of Oakdale, and Stephen Massina, 16, of Sayville, the boys Heise killed, left court satisfied with about two dozen friends and family.

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