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They held onto his fries, the Mc Donald’s manager told the Times.“But he just took his nuggets and said, ‘I have to go,’ and he drove off,” the manager, Henry Sayers, told the newspaper.Cleveland shooter Steve Stephens found in Erie on Buffalo Rd by Rodger Young Park. pic.twitter.com/KRR3ROBt TI — Dennis Weed (@Dennis Weed) April 18, 2017Stephens was spotted about 11 a.m.in a Mc Donald’s parking lot by an alert citizen, who called authorities in one of hundreds of tips police received and followed up on, the state police said.Erie is located about an hour and a half from Cleveland, and Stephens wrote on Facebook that he often went to a casino located there.Police confirmed Tuesday that they did receive a cell phone ping placing Stephens in Erie on Sunday, and had searched for him there.
The victim has been identified by police as 74-year-old Robert Godwin Sr. Jackson offered his condolences to the Godwin family and thanked the community for helping in locating Stephens.
Here’s what you need to know: The Pennsylvania State Police said Steve Stephens was located by police Tuesday morning in Erie County.
After a brief pursuit, Stephens fatally shot himself, police said.
“As the mayor stated, there are other victims in this city and around the country and we continue to work hard to bring closure to those families also.”Williams said there is lot they do not know yet and they are still investigating the original homicide and what led to Stephens’ death.“I am incredibly grateful to the Pennsylvania State police for their bravery and vigilance in spotting and pursuing ‘Facebook Live Killer’ Steve Stephens in Erie and acting without hesitation to keep others safe,” Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf said in a statement. The car is a newer model and was recently purchased in Stephens’ name, police said. Marshals Service was also involved.“We’re going to make this individuals world very small,” Cleveland U. Marshal Pete Elliott said at a press conference prior to Stephens’ death.
“On behalf of all Pennsylvanians and Americans, I thank these state troopers, the entire State Police and all law enforcement involved for their heroism in protecting their fellow citizens.” Car of Facebook killing suspect Steve Stephens in Erie after he shot and killed himself following police manhunt https://t.co/y8fyjqqd XR pic.twitter.com/WOf0Be AFn V — NBC10 Philadelphia (@NBCPhiladelphia) April 18, 2017Cleveland Police had said in a press release that Steve Stephens was 6’1 and weighed 244 pounds, with a bald head and a full beard. Until he was spotted in Pennsylvania, authorities said they hadn’t had an official sighting of Stephens since the incident happened, and are not sure if he is still in the area. The FBI was assisting in the search, along with the Ohio Bureau of Investigation. Williams said Stephens committed a “heinous crime in our city” and needed to be taken off the street.