Phila. schools on lockdown, reports of sightings of Facebook killing suspect

Phila. schools on lockdown, reports of sightings of Facebook killing suspect

Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams said in a press conference on Monday morning: "Steve is still out there some place... we're still asking Steve to turn himself in, but if he doesn't we'll find him". "You're going to get yourself in trouble, along with him". We are doing everything we can to help and help locate him.

Authorities are looking for the driver of a tractor-trailer who left the scene of a fatal crash on Interstate 15 in northern Montana.

Stephens says on that video he will keep killing people until he is caught.

Though Pennsylvania authorities told CNN early Monday that Stephens' cell phone had issued a "ping", or a signal, in Erie, Pennsylvania, the Erie Police Department said Monday afternoon it had no knowledge of a ping emitted from its city.

He is 6-feet-1-inches tall and 244 pounds. "Obviously, this individual is armed and risky". He was last seen wearing a striped polo shirt and was driving a white Ford Fusion with temporary license plates.

"As the video showed, this subject is extremely unsafe and killed a man who was simply walking home", said Dougherty. Pages on this site are constantly being revised, updated, and occasionally removed.

The video is likely to reignite a debate about the haunting reach of grisly violence in the Internet age and follows shocking beatings and killings shared in real time, or soon after, on a global stage. They spoke the next day, she said, and he told her he was shooting people because he was angry with his girlfriend.

In January, four people in Chicago were accused of attacking an 18-year-old disabled man while broadcasting the assault on Facebook Live.

A month later, the suspects pleaded not guilty to assaulting the man.

In the shooting video, Stephens told Godwin a woman's name and said, "She's the reason that this is about to happen to you".

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Victim Robert Godwin, 74, pictured above, was returning from Easter lunch with his children.

Mayor Frank Jackson told reporters police were still trying to communicate with the suspect. "I know, Steve, that you have a relationship with some of our clergy in Northeast Ohio".

Officers were sent to check the area, and police say eight elementary schools and a high school were locked down as a precaution.

Pete Elliott, of the U.S. Marshals Service, said law enforcement pressure was likely to lead to Stephens' capture.

The family is set to give a statement Monday afternoon.

Stephens is employed at Beech Brook, a behavioral health agency in northeastern OH that serves children, teenagers and families, according to a spokeswoman for the facility.

Officials with the group said Stephens has been employed with the organization as a youth mentor and a vocational specialist since 2008. Godwin did not seem to recognize the woman's name.

In his broadcast, Stephens displayed his Beech Brook badge.

Offices of local behavioral agency Beech Brook are closed Monday.

Chief Williams said Godwin's family plans to announce their own fundraiser via the police.

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