3 people dead in murder-suicide during snow shovel altercation on the Kill or Be Killed Podcast Episode 114.
This is a tactical break down of the shooting incident that involved 3 subjects, two male and one female that happened on February 1, at 09:00 in Plains Township, Pennsylvania. We will focus on the reaction of the subjects and what possible actions they could have taken to avoid, stop or minimize the loss of life.
Statement from Luzerne County DA:
According to the statement, Jeffrey Spaide, of 6 West Bergh Street and James and Lisa Goy of 13 West Bergh Street, directly across the street, were all outside shoveling their driveways and clearing off their cars.
The Goys were shoveling the snow across the road and throwing the snow onto Spaide’s property.
Spaide asked them to stop, which started an argument between the two parties.
The DA’s statement continues to say that during the argument, Mr. Goy threw the tool he was using to clear snow from his car and walked up to Spaide with a fist.
That’s when Spaide went into his house while the Goys continued to yell and reportedly made some threats. After that, the situation took a deadly turn.
Spaide came back out with a handgun. Both parties continued yelling when Spaide opened fire at close range until he struck each of the Goys.
Spaide went back inside and returned with another weapon, firing again upon Both goys after they were already injured.
That’s when witnesses tell investigators Spaide reentered his home, paced back and forth before another gunshot was heard by police, believed to be the self-inflicted gunshot wound the killed Spaide Inside his home.
The DA’s office says this investigation is now closed.
Below is the full, unedited video.