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Ex-girlfriend of Facebook murder suspect meets with victim's family

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Melinda Barton | 21 April, 2017, 20:10

The video of the killing was up on Facebook for about three hours before it was removed.

Police would not speculate on what was behind the killing, but in the video and other footage he posted, Stephens talked about losing everything he had to gambling and having trouble with his girlfriend. I just snapped. I just killed 13 motherf---, man.

Tonya R. Godwin-Baines and Debbie D. Godwin said they know Lane did nothing wrong and wanted her to know it. "And she said, 'Your father is dead'". Stephens ordered a 20-piece Chicken McNuggets and fries.

Just after 11 a.m. today (Tuesday), a female employee at the McDonald's drive-thru pay window in Harborcreek Township recognized Stephens and told her manager.

Other neighbors said he was quiet as a kid and intelligent, recalling how he went to college and got a master's degree.

Stephens took his own life as officers approached the vehicle, according to Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams.

When the driver of the white Fusion with OH tags reached the payment window at 11 a.m. Tuesday, an employee recognized him as murder suspect Steve Stephens. She said state troopers weren't far behind.

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Police said Stephens should be considered armed and risky.

Ducharme saying he was able to identify the white Ford Fusion with OH plates.

"When used responsibly they can deliver extremely compelling experiences but it only takes a few creepy use cases to emerge and it could derail the whole project".

Philadelphia police officials confirmed via Twitter that several schools in the city were put on lockdown Monday afternoon, amid reports that Stephens was in the area of the Belmont Plateau in Fairmount Park in Philadelphia.

The incident was the latest grisly crime posted on Facebook, reviving questions about videos posted on the world's largest social network, and how - or if - they can be monitored. The company has since announced it is launching a review for reporting harmful content.