Pennsylvania State Police said Steve Stephens was spotted Tuesday morning in Erie County, in the state's northwest corner.
A worker at the McDonald's thought she recognized Stephens after he pulled up to the drive-through window and ordered 20 chicken nuggets and a basket of fries, according to a report from goerie.com, then called state police.
Stephens was found dead after a brief police pursuit in the USA state of Pennsylvania. "After a brief pursuit, Stephens shot and killed himself", the police said on Twitter, providing no further details.
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Other social media impostors made threats. He posted video of that shooting on Facebook.
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Local media in Erie are also reported the news. 37-year-old Steve Stephens posted a video explaining his intent to kill, a video of the shooting and a Facebook Live stream of him confessing. Stephens' cellphone had been tracked Sunday afternoon near Erie, officials said on Monday.
"This is something that should not have been shared around the world. Period. We can't do this in this country". He shot himself in the head as the vehicle spun out of control.
The company has said it has thousands of people who review postings, which, when flagged, are typically reviewed within 24 hours.
One of the pursuing troopers picked his spot - in front of an abandoned school - and hit Stephens' bumper to get him to stop.
Fast food foiled the Facebook killer.
Villone said being able to post footage of crimes like this online is "totally ridiculous".
Stephens was on the run from cops in Pennsylvania after his brutal crime was broadcast live on Facebook two days ago. That information has not been verified by police.
Police said the woman he referred to was in a safe place. Since then, he led authorities on a nationwide search that ended when he shot himself dead. Authorities spoke to Stephens via cell phone after the shooting.