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Man posts from girlfriend's Facebook page after killing her, then turns gun on himself

Posted at 2:16 PM, Aug 09, 2016
and last updated 2016-08-09 14:16:22-04

The man who allegedly killed his girlfriend and shot two others in a multi-city shooting spree that stretched from Sunday night into the early hours of Monday morning posted on the woman's Facebook page after killing her, according to police. 

After killing Keisha Bretton, police said Leonzo Bufford posted to her Facebook page: "Never PLAY GAMES WITH SOMEONE EMOTIONS OR CHEAT ON THEM WHEN THEY GIVE YOU THEIR ALL, PLEASE RESPECT THEIR LOVE AND DEVOTION , SOMEONE WILL END UP HURT OR WORSE DEAD." 

Bufford also changed her profile picture on Facebook to a photo of the two of them.

 

After killing Betton, Bufford allegedly drove to a home on Winston Road in South Euclid around 1:20 a.m. where he shot two more people, including his ex-girlfriend. Both were taken to a local hospital for treatment.

Bufford then led police on a chase that started on I-90 near Eddy Road and ended on Martin Luther King Boulevard at East 105th Street in Cleveland.

Cleveland police followed Bufford into an empty parking lot, where he fatally shot himself in the head.