How the 'Facebook Killer' sighting at McDonald's played out

Elizabeth Williams
April 23, 2017

Following a short pursuit of about a mile or so, police executed the pit maneuver - striking a vehicle on one of its fenders to make it spin - on Buffalo Road by an abandoned school and an officer saw Stephens pull out a pistol and shoot himself.

"He said this (was) the last time I was going to see him", Green said.

On Sunday, a Cleveland man posted a video to Facebook of him shooting and killing Godwin., a 74-year-old grandfather who was on his way home from an Easter meal with family.

Police said in a 3:30 p.m. news conference that an autopsy of Stephens' body will occur Wednesday at the Erie County Coroner's Office.

"Two seconds later, I hear these sirens, and they come whipping past me", she said.

"We have a lot of work and we will keep doing all we can to prevent tragedies like this from happening", Zuckerberg said.


The man wanted in connection with a fatal shooting after video of the incident was posted on Facebook is dead following a brief pursuit in Pennsylvania on Tuesday. "We were just trying to make sure [the employee] got in contact with the state police". "I wish it had gone down like that instead of him shooting himself".

"It's been nice to have an outpouring of support, especially from the community", DuCharme said.

Miller urged the suspect to turn himself in, saying he'd done enough damage. The family is asking people to not share the video. He taught them how to love God and fear God, and how to forgive, his children said.

"It's just what our parents taught us", she said. "My dad would be really proud of us and he would want this from us".

Another daughter, Debbie Godwin, said that's what made her father so special.

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