"At a little after 11, state police officers received information that Stephens' white vehicle was parked in a McDonald's auto park", said Williams.
Pennsylvania State Police tweeted that Steve Stephens was spotted on Tuesday morning in Erie County.
Following a short pursuit, he shot himself as officers approached him.
Nearly 400 tips were called in, Williams said, emphasizing the important role the public played in helping to locate Stephens.
"We are grateful that this has ended".
Mr Zuckerberg said during his keynote speech at the company's F8 developer conference in California that the company's "next focus is to build community" and also to build "common ground" between users.
Stephens killed himself in Pennsylvania on Tuesday as he was being chased by state troopers.
The mother, who expressed her condolences to the Godwin family, said Wednesday she believes Stephens' breakup with Joy Lane triggered the killing.
Brenda Haymon, daughter of Godwin, learned that Stephens had killed himself while planning funeral arrangements for her father.
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He told investigators that he did not like white men and that "white people were responsible for keeping the black people down". Reloading as he went, Muhammad walked toward a bus stop near Catholic Charities, where three men saw him and began to run away.
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The gunman was delayed by staff at a branch in Erie County, Pennsylvania, who recognised Stephens and called the police. In a controlled move, police rammed the back of the suspect's vehicle to cause it to lose control.
"People in the area may have seen him and not put two and two together in the past couple days", Williams stated.
Green, a former court clerk, was "dumbfounded" when she found out about the murder video a day later, and promptly called him.
"I am pretty sure he figured out that we were on to him", said DuCharme Jr.
Each one of us forgive the killer, the murderer.
Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday didn't shy away from controversy over disturbing videos that were posted to Facebook.
This Sunday, April 16, 2017 frame from video posted on Facebook shows Robert Godwin Sr.in Cleveland moments before being fatally shot. The social media site later confirmed the video was "recorded and then uploaded to Facebook". "I am very sad for everyone involved".
Mark Zuckerberg spoke publicly for the first time on Tuesday about the Cleveland murder video that stayed up on Facebook for almost two hours before it was removed. 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. "We're reminded of this this week by the tragedy in Cleveland".
"Our hearts go out to family and friends of Robert Godwin Sr".