McDonald's employee recognized Steve Stephens as he was ordering at drive-thru

McDonald's employee recognized Steve Stephens as he was ordering at drive-thru

McDonald's employee recognized Steve Stephens as he was ordering at drive-thru

At the pick-up window, when employees in the back had police on the phone, the drive-thru worker told Stephens that his fries were still cooking, in an effort to delay the murderer while officers hurried to the scene. "I can't believe I'm never going to talk to my father no more", she said through tears.

"She's the reason why all of this is about to happen to you", the shooter said to Godwin. However, she said she still forgives him. When Stephens ordered, the employee stalled by giving him his chicken nuggets but told him his fries weren't ready yet.

"We applaud the crew members at this McDonald's restaurant who recognized the suspect and did the right thing by quickly alerting the authorities of his location", McDonald's officials tell WKYC in an e-mail statement. The FBI had put him on its Most Wanted list.

That murder claim has not been verified, and as of Monday morning, only one victim has been reported.

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"We lost our dad, but this mother lost her son, his children lost their dad", Godwin-Baines said. "I am very sad for everyone involved". The company says it disabled Stephen's account within 23 minutes of receiving the first report about the video of the fatal shooting and two hours after receiving any report. "But we know we need to do better".

At the Tuesday conference in California, Facebook founder and Dobbs Ferry native Mark Zuckerberg expressed his condolences to the family of a Cleveland man whose death was posted on the social media site on Easter. "We're reminded of this this week by the tragedy in Cleveland".

"Our hearts go out to family and friends of Robert Godwin Sr".

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