The three hugged, cried, and prayed.
Almost two days after Steve Stephens fatally shot Godwin in cold blood, two of his daughters met with Joy Lane for the first time.
On Tuesday, in an interview with a local OH news station, Lane spoke about how her life has changed since Stephens recorded himself killing Godwin in Cleveland on Easter Sunday. Pennsylvania state troopers received a tip from a McDonald's employee in Erie, in far western Pennsylvania, approximately 100 miles east of Cleveland.
"What happened to my father was horrific", he said. Then, the plan to stall him at window number two is on. No accusations - just mutual grief. He was "just so proud" of how his crew "handled everything", helping stop Stephens before he could disappear again - and possibly harm more people. She says: "If you did it, you have to face your crime".
"Our kids, although they should not have seen this, I'm sure a lot have", said Williams.
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"I forgive him because we are all sinners", Robby Miller, Godwin's son, said in an interview with CNN.
A post shared online and in the media from Lane's now-deleted Facebook page says she "can't believe this is happening".
"I feel bad. The last thing that he would have said was my name and didn't know me or why he was saying it. And that's been hard", she said.
Joy Lane told CBS News that she was Stephens' longtime partner.
A source told Cleveland.com that she is cooperating with the authorities in the investigation.
She said she was "relieved" when she heard about Stephens' death while planning for her father's funeral - which is set for Saturday with the burial at Lake View Cemetery.
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A USA official said Pyongyang's projectile "blew up nearly immediately" during an attempted launch off North Korea's east coast. Trump wrote Sunday on Twitter that China was working with the United States on "the North Korea problem".
The murderer's mom, Maggie Green, said he'd tried to say goodbye in a visit one day before Godwin's slaying.
"(Our father) taught us.how to forgive. "He was definitely one in a million".
The chase ended about 2 miles away.
After his suicide, Pennsylvania State Police recovered a.45-caliber Glock handgun, believed to be the murder weapon, in Stephens' auto, and, according to a law enforcement source, a.380-caliber pistol at the home of his ex-girlfriend, Joy Lane.
According to Inside Edition, police radio dispatches reveal that Pennsylvania State Police were in pursuit when Steve Stephens made a decision to kill himself.
Authorities had hoped for a different outcome.
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Fox News Channel says "Tucker Carlson Tonight" will begin airing an hour earlier to fill the time slot vacated by Bill O'Reilly. Some observers, like the NOW demonstrators, wonder if that can happen without further changes behind the scenes.
Police said Steve Stephens, 37, murdered a man on East 93rd Street in Cleveland Sunday afternoon.
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