Steve Stevens, the Cleveland murderer, who posted the video of the murder on Facebook, has committed suicide in Pennsylvania after police harassment, said the police on Tuesday. The employee noticed a white Ford Fusion Stevens in the suburbs of Erie near a McDonald's restaurant and called authorities.
Stevens escaped, and the police of Pennsylvania was chasing him. One of the officers performed a maneuver "PETE", a strategic way to RAM the car. "When the vehicle went out of control, Stevens pulled out a gun and shot himself in the head," said the police. "We are grateful that it ended - said the head of the Cleveland police Calvin Williams.
Victim Stevens - 74-year-old Robert Godwin was shot and killed Sunday, when walking home from the Passover meal from their children in Cleveland. Stevens later posted a video of the death of an elderly person in Facebook. The funeral is scheduled for Saturday. "McDonald's", where Stevens was first observed, is about 5 miles from the place where he committed the murder.
Stevens ordered chicken nuggets and fries through the window at McDonald's and the staff recognized him and called the police. Staff told him that he should wait for the potatoes. They tried to give the police time to arrive, said Ducharme. But Stevens didn't wait and left.
By words a press-the Secretary of the institution, Stevens worked at the beach Brooke Agency mental health in northeast Ohio, which serves children, youth and families.
"We are shocked and horrified like everyone else,' said Nancy Kortemeyer. "To think that one of our employees would do such a thing".
According to her, Stevens was a professional specialist who has worked with youth and young adults. According to her, he previously worked as a mentor for young people.
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