The mother of the man who police say randomly shot a person in Cleveland and then posted the video to Facebook is speaking out.
"When I saw him I knew it was him".
"I've got a lot of negative comments".
In fact, Lane met with sisters Tonya R. Godwin-Baines and Debbie D. Godwin Tuesday morning, tearfully hugging and praying together. They said they know Lane did nothing wrong. They last spoke on Saturday evening, Lane said, when he told her he was moving out of state and had quit his job.
Police said that Stephens was found dead in the same vehicle he was driving when he shot and killed Robert Godwin, 74.
The employee called state police as the manager and owner went to the window to give Stephens his chicken nuggets, but said his fries were going to be another minute.
Lane said she and Stephens dated for a while, and had discussed getting engaged, but they broke up and she urged him to seek help for gambling issues. "He was definitely one in a million".
Stephens said he killed "this old dude" because he was angry after a relationship with his ex-girlfriend had ended.
After the fatal shooting of the self-taught mechanic and grandfather of 14, authorities nationwide scrambled for two days to find Stephens.
The notorious Facebook Killer was captured by cops this week thanks in part to the quick-thinking and action of McDonald's drive-thru workers and some fictitious "delayed" French fries.
The FBI joined state authorities in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Michigan, and NY in the search for Stephens, offering a reward of $50,000 for information leading to the suspect's apprehension.
Joy Lane, Stephens' former girlfriend, told CNN affiliate WJW she was devastated the victim said her name before he was shot.
"All I can say is that I wish he had gone down in a hail of 100 bullets", Haymon said.
"The thing that I would take away the most from my father is he taught us about God".