Agencies are offering a reward of $50,000 for information leading to the arrest of Steve Stephens, who posted the murder of a Robert Godwin Sr. to Facebook.
Cleveland Police are holding a press conference updating details in the manhunt for Steve Stephens, who killed Robert Godwin Sr. and posted it to Facebook.
Steve “Stevie Steve” Stephens has not yet been arrested. Cleveland police say that, as well as Ohio, he may be in Indiana, New York, Pennsylvania, and Michigan.
Steve Stephens has not been arrested and a manhunt is underway. Listen to Cleveland police dispatch scanner audio live broadcasts as they try to capture him.
The family of Steve Stephens, “Stevie Steve,” issued a statement and deleted his tweets. Stephens shot an elderly man dead and recorded it on Facebook Live.
Maggie Green, the mother of Steve Stephens, AKA Stevie Steve, spoke out after her son fatally shot an elderly man in Cleveland on Easter Sunday.
Joy Lane, Steve Stephens’ girlfriend, has told the news media he is a nice guy but she is sorry for his actions. Learn more about Lane and see a photo.
Steve Stephens (Stevie Steve) is accused in Cleveland of a Facebook video murder. Learn about his family, including girlfriend Joy Lane and mother Maggie Green.
Steve Stephens posted videos on Facebook of himself shooting guns before he allegedly murdered a man in a Facebook video using the name Stevie Steve. Watch.
The world saw Robert Godwin Sr.’s murder in a horrifying Facebook video on Easter Sunday. Police are still searching for his killer, Steve “Stevie Steve” Stephens.
The videos posted on “Stevie Steve’s” YouTube channel show no indication of the violence Steve Stephens is alleged to have committed in Cleveland on Easter Sunday.
A Cleveland man claims to have killed 15 people as part of an Easter massacre.
An elderly man was shot and killed by a gunman, identified by Cleveland Police as Steve Stephens, in a video posted on Facebook.
Steve “Stevie Steve” Stephens is accused of fatally shooting a man on Facebook, Cleveland Police say, while claiming to have killed others in an “Easter Day Slaughter.”
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