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The man you see (above) is Steve Stephens, and you should consider him armed and dangerous.
A nationwide manhunt is underway for the 6'1", 240 lb. man who Cleveland Police say filmed a murder as he committed it, then posted the video to Facebook on Sunday (though it was widely reported to be on FB Live, the company has since shown police that the video was NOT uploaded live).
The video, which has since been deleted along with the entire account, showed Stephens walking up to 74-year-old Robert Godwin on the sidewalk and shooting him in the head.
Stephens, AKA Stevie Steve, is then reported to have said that his girlfriend drove him to commit the crime. He also said there would be more murders.
Ugh. The more we hear about this case, the more it terrifies us.
The FBI has now joined in the hunt, offering a $50,000 reward for any information leading to Stephens' arrest. Authorities warn residents of Ohio and Pennsylvania in particular to be on the lookout; there have already been several unconfirmed sightings in Philadelphia.
Stay safe out there, everyone.
[Image via Facebook.]
Chris Brown Accused Of Punching Nightclub Photographer — & The Alleged Victim Wants To Press Charges!
Chris Brown can't seem to stay out of trouble.
Reportedly, C.Breezy's recent appearance at Aja Channelside turned into a chaotic brawl when the A-lister got into a fight with a photographer. Oof.
It's said Brown was at the Tampa hotspot for a paid club appearance early Monday morning. According to TMZ, management claims the hitmaker and his entourage didn't stroll up to the club until
It could've been so much worse!
Jeremy Jackson's plea deal in a stabbing case will keep him from serving serious time.
Although the former Baywatch star will still be in lockup, he could've gotten up to seven years if he hadn't struck this deal.
The actor was sentenced to 270 days and five years probation in LA county jail for stabbing a woman with a knife during a street argument back in 2015.
The judge also gave Jeremy 109 days credit, so he will serve 161 days in total, and maybe less for good behavior.
He will also have to stay off drugs, complete 52 anger management courses, and attend 52 AA meetings to have the felony dropped to a misdemeanor.
Hope he can manage!
[Image via WENN.]
A man named Steve Stephens is reportedly on the run in Cleveland, Ohio after shooting an elderly man to death on the street — and broadcasting the killing on Facebook Live.
Stephens, who is considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached, appears to have killed the older man on the street — who was completely unknown to him — for absolutely no reason.
Now, police are worried that Stephens has killed other people, or that he may soon kill more people unless he's caught.
Social media is buzzing right now because of this story, and we'll have further updates as they become available. We will not share the video of the murder itself which has been captured on Facebook earlier; it's far too disturbing and inappropriate.
For now, here's the latest from Twitter on Stephens' identity and more (below):
It's tough to forget one of the biggest, saddest viral stories we covered last year: the horrifying, grisly murder of 27-year-old Vanessa Marcotte.
As you'll remember from our reporting, the young Google employee from NYC was killed while out on a jog in rural Massachusetts, where she had been visiting family.
Now, on Saturday morning, we can report that an arrest has been made in the case.
According to police in Princeton, Massachusetts, who have been busy for the last eight months following up on the horrifying August 7 murder, the arrested suspect has been identified as
A 13-year-old boy is dead after a senseless tragedy — that many of his friends had to watch.
According to eyewitnesses, Forest Park, Georgia native Malachi Hemphill was showing off a handgun to some friends on Instagram Live when it accidentally went off, shooting him in the head.
His mother, Shaniqua Stephens, told NBC11 the family heard the shot from the other room:
"We kicked in the door. We found him just laying there in a pool of blood. My daughter screamed and said, ‘Mom turn his phone off!' As I proceeded to look at his phone he was on Instagram Live."
Malachi was rushed to Grady Hospital, but unfortunately