The man who randomly gunned down a Cleveland retiree and posted video of the crime on Facebook killed himself yesterday during a police chase in Pennsylvania that began when a McDonald's employee recognised him at a drive-thru.
A $5.35 (£4.17) order of Chicken McNuggets and large fries led police to Facebook killer Steve Stephens after a two-day manhunt. Police said he died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head on Tuesday afternoon after a brief pursuit by Pennsylvania state police.
Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams said the police, FBI, and US Marshals Service have been "getting calls from all over the country, as far away as Texas".
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"(Our parents) didn't talk it, they lived it. People would do things to us and we would say "Dad are you really going to forgive them, really?' and he would say 'Yes, we have to", Godwin-Baines said.
Officials said Stephens, 37, killed Robert Godwin Sr., 74, in Cleveland Sunday, then posted video of the horrific attack on Facebook. It's believed the footage was only taken down two hours later.
By the time Stephens left the restaurant and turned onto Buffalo Road, where police say he ultimately killed himself, police were right behind him, DuCharme said. The owner, Thomas DuCharme Jr, said workers tried to "buy some time for the cops" and told Stephens it would take some time to make the fries.
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It was also reported that the Police got a tip that Stephens' vehicle, a white Ford Fusion, was in the parking lot of a McDonald's restaurant. "I couldn't be happier with them.in how they handled it".
The mother previously said Stephens stopped by her house on Saturday with a cryptic message.
Who is the McDonald's employee many have labeled a hero for stalling Cleveland Facebook killer Steve Stephens at the drive-thru?
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