Officials with Erie, PA law enforcement held a press conference Tuesday afternoon regarding the death of Steve Stephens.
According to Pennsylvania State Police, Steve Stephens was found dead of self-inflicted gunshot wound in white Ford Fusion on Buffalo Road. State police had been following his car as it was headed west into the city of Erie.
Steve Stephens, posted the video of him killing a man and claimed to have committed multiple other homicides which have not been verified.
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