Wednesday, 19 April 2017

How Facebook killer Steve Stephens was undone by McDonald's employees who ID'd him

Citizen tipsters reportedly led authorities to Steve Stephens, the 37-year-old man who fatally shot a man in Cleveland and posted the video on Facebook before escaping the city.
“It was a citizen tip, and then we were able to get a patrol unit out there on scene, and that is when the pursuit happened,” Cpl. Adam Reed of the Pennsylvania State Police told reporters on Tuesday.
Facebook killer Steve Stephens was undone by McDonald's employees who ID'd him and made him wait a little extra time for his order so the cops could come and catch him.
Stephens went through the drive-thru at the McDonald's on Buffalo Road in Erie, PA when one of the workers recognized him. He ordered a 20-piece McNugget and a large fry ... but workers made it seem the fries weren't ready so they could buy time. 
According to the restaurant's manager ... Stephens got his nuggets, but then said he had to go and he drove off without the fries. It was enough time for cops to get on his tail. 
Stephens was involved in a high-speed police chase shortly afterward, before committing suicide in his car.


  1. Anonymous01:18

    Dumbass moda foka

  2. He should rot in hell!!!!!!!


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