Published: Tue, April 18, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

Cleveland Facebook video homicide suspect could be in Indiana

"It's akin to a terrorist beheading video, he's trying to show how powerful he is by broadcasting a murder live". Late Sunday, police issued an aggravated murder warrant for Stephens. In a statement to the media she said: "Steve really is a nice guy".

Both Debbie Godwin and her brother Robert Godwin Jr. told the website they don't want to watch the video of their father's killing.

This Sunday, April 16, 2017 frame from video posted on Facebook shows Robert Godwin Cleveland moments before being fatally shot.

"We are hoping that the Cleveland police will be able to apprehend Mr. Stephens as soon as possible and before anyone else is injured", Kortemeyer said in a statement. Sunday afternoon in Cleveland.

It was not immediately known what Stephens does for the agency, which said it will serve more than 18,000 children and families this year, according to its website. Steve Stephens allegedly killed a man yesterday and posted about it on social media. They say he may be driving a newer model white Ford Fusion. Residents in Pennsylvania, Michigan, New York and in are being asked to call police if they spot him or his vehicle.

Police have named the victim shot and killed in Cleveland by a man who posted video of the killing on Facebook.

"Not because he needed the money, it was just something he did", said 52-year-old Debbie Godwin.

Tonya Godwin-Baines, one of Godwin's daughters, said the family is absolutely devastated and is calling for Stephens to turn himself in.

The world's largest online social network, used by more than 1.2 billion people every day, condemned the accused killer's action. Williams said police have not verified any other shootings or deaths.

The authorities said the suspect is believed to be armed and unsafe and may have turned off his mobile phone to make him harder to track.

"We're still asking Steve to turn himself in, but if he doesn't, we'll find him", Williams said.

He then uploaded video of the murder to Facebook that was later removed, the Times reported.

Philadelphia police put eight elementary schools and a high school on lockdown midday Monday as they looked into reports of the Cleveland Facebook shooting suspect being in the Fairmount Park area.

Facebook disabled the suspect's account within 23 minutes of learning about the killing video, and "two hours after receiving a report of any kind".

But Williams said police had searched dozens of locations overnight "to no avail".

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