A quarrel over snow removal led to murder and suicide

A quarrel over snow removal led to murder and suicide

Three people, including the shooter, died after an argument over snow removal in Plains, Pennsylvania, local police Chief Dale Binker said.

Around 9 a.m. Monday, Jeffrey Spaide got into an argument with James and Lisa Goy, who lived across the street, while shoveling snow from a driveway. The couple was shoveling snow from their parking spaces across the street from Spaide, who asked them to stop, but the argument quickly escalated.

Spade went into his house, pulled out his gun and returned to the street, shooting the couple several times at close range. He then returned to his house, pulled out his rifle and finished off the wounded by “executing them.” Afterwards he shot himself.

This is not the first disagreement between Spade and the Goi couple over snow this year. Two months ago, another snowstorm also led to a quarrel between them. James, and Lisa Goy were pronounced dead at the scene; they were left with a 15-year-old autistic son.