Suspect in Facebook killing video visited gun range months before deadly shooting

The owner of a gun range said Steve Stephens visited his business and was warned not to "rapid fire" his handgun.
0:43 | 04/18/17

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Now to that search for the suspect in the so called FaceBook killing it enters its third day today and the manhunt now nationwide. There's a 50000 dollar reward in the Steve Stephens case investigators still don't know why the Cleveland man allegedly shot a stranger and then posted the murder on line. However Stephens blamed his violence on his former girlfriend as well as financial problems in Cleveland up overnight. This scene a vigil for Robert Goodwin senior. The 74 year old retired foundry worker was a father of ten as well as a grandfather. And a great grandfather. Meantime FaceBook is disputing claims a video the shooting was online for three hours the sites timeline shows it was removed 23 minutes after it was reported.

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