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State troopers responded to a sighting Stephen's Ford Fusion in the parking lot of a McDonalds' in Erie at 11 a.m.

A Cleveland man named Steve Stephens used the social media platform Sunday to post graphic video of himself murdering Godwin Sr., along with a Facebook Live stream where he described killing over a dozen people.

Police picked up the trail in a chase that lasted 2 miles before Stephens took his own life, authorities said.

"We are grateful that this has ended".

Stephens was wanted in five states for the murder of Robert Godwin, 74, on Easter Sunday in Cleveland.

Steve Stephens, 37, had been the subject of a nationwide manhunt in the wake of Sunday's killing in Cleveland. Stephens later posted the video of him shooting and killing Godwin on Facebook. Cleveland police said th.

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"Two seconds later, I hear these sirens, and they come whipping past me", she told The Associated Press. He told her he was "shooting people" because he was "mad with his girlfriend". At this point, Stephens shot himself in the head with a pistol before officers were able to approach him.

Stephens posted video of the shooting to his Facebook page and went live on Facebook to confess to the murder.

"As a result of this bad series of events, we are reviewing our reporting flows to be sure people can report videos and other material that violates our standards as easily and quickly as possible", said Facebook in their statement.

He also blamed his actions on Lane, whom he called his girlfriend of three years. He said he "just snapped". "I am very sad for everyone involved".

The videos remained on Facebook for hours, drawing criticism of the platform's reporting system and raising questions about what Facebook should do to censor videos of this sort, and prevent a similar incident from happening again. "We are going to work on building common ground, not just getting more opinions out there", Zuckerberg said. "We are reminded of this week by the tragedy in Cleveland".

The daughter of Robert Godwin Sr., the man Stephens allegedly killed, released the following statement in reaction to the death of Stephens. "We would have liked to have brought Steve in peacefully and really talked to him about why this happened".

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