There’s a devil loose: Three Dead After Man Shoots Two Neighbors Before Killing Himself in Snow Shoveling Dispute in Pennsylvania

A truck plows snow on N. George Street in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, on Monday, Feb. 1, 2021. / AP

A dispute over shoveling snow turned deadly when a man fatally shot his two neighbors before taking his own life in Pennsylvania, authorities said.

Jeffrey Spaide, 47, shot dead his across-the-street neighbors, James Goy, 50, and his wife, Lisa, 48, as they were clearing snow Monday morning in Plains Township, the Citizen’s Voice reported.

“Apparently there’s been an ongoing dispute between neighbors, some of which involved a dispute about snow disposal and removal,” Luzerne County First Assistant District Attorney Sam Sanguedolce said.

“They’re across the street from each other, and when they would remove snow they would throw it across the street at the other person’s property.”

After slaughtering the couple, Spaide went back inside his home and grabbed an AR-15-style rifle, authorities said.

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SOURCE: New York Post, Joshua Rhett Miller and Jackie Salo