On Sunday, 74-year-old Robert Goodwin Sr. was shot and killed in Cleveland, Ohio.
The man known as the Facebook killer, Steve Stephens, died Tuesday morning of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in Erie County, Penn.
On Monday evening, Facebook announced that it was launching a review for reporting harmful content following the killing. The behavioral health agency where he worked said an extensive background check before he was hired turned up nothing worrisome.
"We are shocked and horrified like everyone else", said Nancy Kortemeyer.
Haymon learned of Stephens' death as she was planning funeral arrangements for her father.
A resident saw Stephens at a McDonald's parking lot and called in the tip, the state police said. Sunday afternoon in Cleveland.
Cleveland police are saying the video never should have been shared.
According to its website, Beech Brook says it will serve more than 18,000 children and families in northeast OH this year.
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The FBI joined state authorities in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Michigan, and NY in the search for Stephens, offering a reward of $50,000 for information leading to the suspect's apprehension. They say he may be driving a newer model white Ford Fusion.
The technology giant's chief executive said "our hearts go out to the friends and family" of Godwin, who was shot dead by Steve Stephens in the USA city of Cleveland in Sunday in an apparent random killing.
The suspect said in a separate video he has also killed more than a dozen other people.
Police are now investigating whether anyone in the area helped Stephens while he was on the run, Kline said.
This story has been corrected to show that Mayor Frank Jackson, not Police Chief Calvin Williams, urged Stephens to turn himself in and not to "do anymore harm to anybody".
Robert Godwin, Sr. was shot and killed on a Cleveland street Easter Sunday. Then, he posted video of the attack on his Facebook Page. Williams said police have not verified that information.
Williams said he hasn't had any direct conversations with social media outlets but thinks it's on the radar for city, state, and federal leaders.
Police said earlier on Tuesday that authorities had received more than 400 tips, including as far away as Texas.