Police tracked down Steve Stephens after he was spotted by employees at a drive-thru McDonald’s in Pennsylvania, who stalled his order and rang 911.
Stephens, 37, shot dead Robert Godwin, 74, as the victim walked home from Easter lunch on Sunday in Cleveland.
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Image copyright Facebook Image caption Stephens said he was driven to kill by a broken-down relationship and gambling debts”I forgive you and love you, but most importantly, God loves you.
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The Kuzniks owned the car dealership, police said.
Before you go, we thought you’d like these…CLEVELAND (WJW) — The Cleveland Division of Police is investigating the deaths of two people who were found shot to death inside of a car dealership Friday night.
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according to Owens said Cleveland investigators will pick up the gun from Pennsylvania and take it back to Cleveland for the homicide investigation.
Officers spotted Stephens car pulling out of the McDonald’s and chased him two miles before a state trooper rammed the back of Stephens’ car, causing him to spin out and pop his back tire in nearby Erie.
She acknowledged that Stephens used the gun to commit suicide, but that state police in Pennsylvania will not determine whether the gun was used in the deadly shooting in Cleveland.
Employees stalled Stephens by telling him his fries weren’t ready while they called Pennsylvania State Police.
Cleveland police investigators said they have not yet verified what caliber bullet killed the 74-year-old Godwin.
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