Pennsylvania state troopers say they spotted Stephens leaving a McDonald's restaurant in Erie after receiving a tip from a drive-thru attendant.
There was a $50,000 reward for Stephens' capture, but there is no word on if or when the reward might be bestowed upon the McDonald's employee or employees who assisted in stopping him.
"We have our closure", Jackson told press. Cleveland police said a nationwide manhunt for the suspect was underway.
"In this case we did not receive a report about the first video, and we only received a report about the second video - containing the shooting - more than an hour and 45 minutes after it was posted", said Justin Osofsky, Facebook's vice president of global operations. As the vehicle was spinning out of control from the maneuver, Stephens pulled a pistol and shot himself in the head, police said. "I snapped. Dog, I just snapped, dog".
In interviews before Stephens' death, Godwin's relatives said they forgave his killer.
Many people criticized Facebook's treatment of the video, which was recorded and uploaded, according to site reports. He said that a big focus going forward for Facebook would increasingly work on strengthening communities and civic engagement. "We want to wrap our arms around him".
The workers delayed Stevens' order of french fries so they could give police time to catch the suspect, but he drove off without the fries, the outlet's owner told the Erie Times newspaper.
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There is chatter, for example, about Republicans reviving the legislation in the House to repeal and replace Obamacare next week. But his health care bill didn't come up for a vote in the House and his travel ban was blocked in the courts.
But according to a timeline of events pieced together by police and Facebook, Stephens posted a video on Sunday afternoon saying he meant to kill, and followed up two minutes later with video of Godwin's shooting.
In the video, Stephens claimed to have killed more than a dozen people, police said, although they have not confirmed other victims.
On Monday, in a tearful interview on CNN, Godwin's relatives said they forgave Stephens.
"I feel bad. The last thing that he would have said was my name and (he) didn't know me or why he was saying it".
CHIEF CALVIN WILLIAMS: We would like to have brought Stephen (ph) peacefully and really talked to him to find out exactly why this happened because there may be other people out there that are in similar situations that we can help.
Williams, the police chief, said Lane is safe and has been co-operating with investigators. Once a piece of content is reported by users as inappropriate, it is typically reviewed "within 24 hours".