McDonald's Celebrates Heroic Employee Who Helped Stop Alleged Facebook Killer

McDonald's Celebrates Heroic Employee Who Helped Stop Alleged Facebook Killer

McDonald's Celebrates Heroic Employee Who Helped Stop Alleged Facebook Killer

"But he just took his nuggets and said, 'I have to go, ' and he drove off", Sayers told press, while adding that Stephens did not speed away, but rather drove off normally, without the fries.

A fast-thinking McDonald's employee is being heralded as a hero for helping bring the nationwide manhunt for Steve Stephens to an end in Erie, Pennsylvania. Stephens shot Godwin in the face at pointblank range and uploaded the video of the shooting to Facebook.

Lane said it has been hard watching her name dominate social media, where her connection to the killer became a topic of discussion over the weekend.

In an interview with CNN, several of Godwin's children said they held no animosity toward Stephens, either. They had their guns out but when he shook his head, they lowered their guns."Stephens killed himself, authorities said.State police Major William Teper Jr. said the trooper who bumped Stephens' auto "saw him pull the gun out and shoot himself".

"I could not do that if I did not know God, if I didn't know him as my God and my savior, I could not forgive that man", she said.

"I'm just very proud of my staff and how they handled it", Tom Ducharme, the owner of the McDonald's franchise, told NBC News.

CL: Referee put us out, fumes Bayern Munich's Arturo Vidal
Even Gerard Piqué wanted to speak about the game and the referee and he tweeted the following from his Twitter account. The team was in ruins in the dressing room.

"Each one of us forgives the killer, the murderer", Godwin-Baines said Monday.

State police caught up to Stephens quickly and gave chase.

The 37-year-old shooter, who appeared to choose his victim at random, also posted that he had killed 12 people in all and vowed to continue killing.

Stephens was found dead as a result of a self-inflicted gunshot wound after being spotted by police in Western Pennsylvania, officials say.

Almost two days after Steve Stephens fatally shot Godwin in cold blood, two of his daughters met with Joy Lane for the first time. "We would prefer that it had not ended this way because there are a lot of questions, I'm sure, that not only the family, but the city in general would have had for Steve".

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