A Cleveland man livestreamed a murder on Sunday. He says he has already commited other murders that the police have not confirmed yet. he says he plans to continue killing, only stopping when the police catch him. Police have identified the killer as Steve Stephens.
Cleveland Police named the suspect as Steve Stephens, who claimed on Facebook “to have committed multiple other homicides which are yet to be verified.” He is considered armed and dangerous and civilians are advised not to approach him. Authorities believe he may be driving a white or cream-colored SUV. Sources told FOX8 the vehicle was a Ford Fusion with temporary tags.
The Sunday shooting occurred just south of Interstate 90 in the Glenville neighborhood. Stephens also posted another video of himself talking on the phone about at least 13 other alleged murders he says he’s committed. He said at one point he “messed up.”
“And I’m about to keep killing until they catch me,” Stephens said, according to NBC.
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The suspect, identified as Steve Stephens, is considered armed and dangerous, police said after the homicide in northeast Cleveland near the Lake Erie shore.
The man “broadcast the killing on Facebook Live and has claimed to have committed multiple other homicides which are yet to be verified,” police said Sunday.
A series of posts Sunday on what authorities said was Stephens’ Facebook page complained that he had “lost everything” to gambling. The posts named specific people whom the user wanted to talk to, and at one point he wrote “I killed 12 people today” and wouldn’t stop until he could speak to his mother and a second woman.
Later, the user posted: “I killed 15 today because of [the second woman].” The user called it his “Easter day slaughter.”
NBC News archived the posts before the account was removed. Police stressed that no other victims had been found.