20 April, 2017
Pennsylvania state troopers received a tip from a McDonald's employee in Erie, in far western Pennsylvania, approximately 100 miles east of Cleveland.
WICU reports that Stephens went to a McDonald's drive-thru and ordered chicken McNuggets and French fries.
Stephens was found dead as a result of a self-inflicted gunshot wound after being spotted by police in Western Pennsylvania, officials say.
"At a little after 11, state police officers received information that Stephens' white vehicle was parked in a McDonald's auto park", said Williams. "I wouldn't wish that on anybody".
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Facebook drew criticism for not removing the gruesome video until two hours after Stephens posted it.
After Godwin complies, Stephens responds: "She's the reason why this is about to happen to you", before fatally shooting his victim through a white plastic bag Godwin held up in a bid to protect himself.
Stephens allegedly filmed himself committing the murder and published the video on Facebook along with another video in which he claims to have previously murdered an additional 13 people. Detectives spoke with the suspect on Sunday by cellphone and tried to persuade him to surrender, police said.
"I don't want that man to die, I want him brought to justice", one of his sons, Robby Miller, said.