Steve Stephens has not been captured yet, as of this writing. That has given ample time for conspiracy theories about the suspected Cleveland killer of Robert Godwin, whose horrific death was broadcast on Facebook and spread around the Internet, to proliferate about the Stephens Facebook video being a fake hoax. As seen in the above Associated Press image, Steve’s childhood home is displayed on the left as neighbors of Stephens speak to one another down the street in Cleveland, Ohio, on Monday,...
Pennsylvania State Police confirmed Tuesday afternoon that Steve Stephens, the Ohio man who shot and killed 74-year-old Robert Godwin on Sunday and then uploaded a video of the slaying to Facebook, is dead. Stephens had been added to the FBI Most Wanted list and after a nationwide manhunt, PSPD says officers, responding to a tip, found Stephens around 11 AM Tuesday in Erie, Pennsylvania. After a brief stand-off, he turned the gun on himself.
The gun that Facebook killer Steve Stephens used on himself will be examined to determine if it was used to kill a retiree two days earlier.
The Cleveland man who allegedly posted a video of himself shooting an elderly man on Facebook has killed himself in Erie, Pennsylvania, police say.
The family of Robert Godwin Sr. has offered their forgiveness to the man who allegedly shot him on Sunday and uploaded the video to Facebook.
The manhunt for the Cleveland Facebook killer spread across four states earlier today and now it’s gone nationwide as this cold-blooded killer is still at large. Authorities have prompted the public in four states to be alert and on the lookout for Steve Stephens and his car. Police are now asking for the public’s help in locating Stephens as the urgency grows to find this guy before he hurts or kills someone else. The Cleveland Facebook killer could be just about anywhere in the nation as of...
Indiana Pacers head coach Nate McMillan told reporters security personnel instructed the team to remain in its hotel as Cleveland police searched for a homicide suspect.
Claims to have murdered 15 so far
This is so tragic! On Easter Sunday, a manhunt broke out in Cleveland following the release of a disturbing Facebook Live video that reportedly broadcasts at least one homicide. You can watch the s…
A shocking video of a grandfather being shot dead was still available on Facebook last night – a week after it was posted.
The Cleveland Cavaliers will have increased security for Monday night's Game 2 matchup against the Indiana Pacers with the Facebook killer still at large, according to Kevin Johnson of USA Today.