Twinsburg police add extra security throughout the city where Steven Stephens had last home address

Posted at 8:13 AM, Apr 18, 2017
and last updated 2017-04-18 09:02:54-04

An eyewitness says murder suspect Steve Stephens was roaming the parking lot of his ex-girlfriend's Twinsburg home Saturday with "a mean look" on his face.

Twinsburg police are adding extra security measures at schools and sporting events on Tuesday.

While they police say they don't think Stephens will return to Twinsburg, they don't want to take any chances as the manhunt for Stephens intensifies.

"The video of the shooting was not broadcast live, as widely reported. It was recorded and then uploaded to Facebook by Stephens, according to a Facebook spokesperson. In a statement, the spokesperson said the shooting was a "horrific crime."
Court records show Stephens has listed the address as his home since 2001.

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Twinsburg police say they have received no calls for service to the home but police did recover weapons from the home during a search there Monday night. 

Police say the suspect's vehicle is a white Ford Fusion with temporary tag E363630. 

The search for Stephens turned into a national search. Authorities are offering a $50,000 reward for any information leading to Stephens arrest.