The manhunt for the alleged Facebook killer Steve Stephens has now expanded from Cleveland to 5 other states, police said Monday.
Pennsylvania authorities reportedly told CNN that Stephens’ cell phone had issued a “ping,” or a signal in Erie, Pennsylvania, located about 100 miles east of Cleveland. He’s been charged with aggravated murder after killing 74-year-old Robert Godwin Sunday and uploading a video of the fatal shooting.
Authorities in Cleveland say Stephens could still be in Ohio or on the run in Pennsylvania, New York, Indiana or Michigan.
Stephens’ mother told CNN that he said he was shooting people because he was angry with his girlfriend. He claims to have killed more than 10 people in a Facebook video that has since been taken down.