You can listen to the Cleveland police scanner live as authorities continue searching for Steve “Stevie Steve” Stephens, the behavioral health worked who murdered a man on video and then posted it to Facebook.
Above is a stream of the Cleveland dispatch audio. Everything in it does not deal with Stephens as, obviously, Cleveland police are busy responding to other crimes in the city. Stephens killed an elderly man he didn’t know, Robert Godwin Sr., and then posted the video on Facebook. The horrific video went viral, although it has since been removed by Facebook. It shows Stephens approaching Godwin randomly on the street and shooting him.
You can also listen to live Cleveland police scanner feeds here.
Twitter and YouTube listeners were up early in the morning on April 17 glued to the scanner traffic.
Police say that Stephens – who has not been seen since the video post – could be out of state, possibly in Michigan, New York, Indiana or Pennsylvania. A news alert from police said, “Residents of states of Pennsylvania, New York, Indiana and Michigan asked to be on alert.”
Stephens also alleged that he had murdered other people in an “Easter Sunday Massacre” because he was angry at his girlfriend, Joy Lane, but police have not found any evidence of that.
Police have released a photo of Stephens’ car:
They also released a photo of him:
The police description of Stephens is as follows: “Suspect in this case is a bm Steve Stephens 6’1 244 bald with a full beard. Wearing dark blue and grey or black striped polo shirt. Driving a white Ford Fusion with a temp tag. Armed and dangerous. If seen call 9-1-1. Do not approach.”
You can read more about Godwin here:
Learn more about Stephens here:
Read more about Steve Stephens in Spanish at AhoraMismo.com: