Turbotville, PA must be a wasteland town straight out of Mad Max. People don’t settle arguments with harsh words, fists, or lawsuits. No, in Turbotville, they settle their differences with power tools.
And speaking of tools, let’s take a look at the life and times of Guy Allen Black: Turbotville’s official chainsaw aficionado.
Seventy-six-year-old Guy Allen Black is being held on $100,000 bail after allegedly cutting through a door at the home he shared with Ronald Lee Tanner and swinging a chainsaw at him.
Black became irate after Tanner changed the locks on the home he owns in Turbotville. Black allegedly entered the house through the basement and used an ax and chainsaw to cut through an interior door before chasing Tanner outside.
Investigators say the saw got stuck on Tanner’s shirt and jammed, allowing Tanner to pin Black down with an umbrella.
Wait, Tanner pinned him down with an umbrella? Who is he, John Steed?