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Fusionator: SEEKING INFORMATION STEVE W. STEPHENS Aggravated Murder Cleveland, Ohio April 16, 2017 Stephens vehicle DESCRIPTION Date(s) of Birth Used: December 10, 1979 Hair: Black (currently bald) Height: 6'1" Eyes: Brown Weight: 244 pounds Sex: Male Race: Black Occupation: Social Worker REWARD The FBI is offering a reward of up to $30,000 for information leading to the arrest of Steve W. Stephens. REMARKS Stephens may be driving a white. four-door 2017 Ford Fusion with temporary ohio tags E363630. He has ties to Euclid and Cleveland. Ohio. Stephens has a full beard with a mustache. He was last seen wearing a dark blue and gray or black striped polo shirt. DETAILS The FBI and the Cleveland Police Department are seeking information regarding the ocation of Steve W. Stephens, wanted for his alleged involvement in the murder of an elderly man in Cleveland, Ohio, on April 16, 2017. SHOULD BE CONSIDERED ARMED AND DANGEROUS Anyone with information concerning the whereabouts of Steve W. Stephens should call 911. You may also call the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324) You may also contact your local FBI office or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate. Field Office: Cleveland Cleveland police announced a $50,000 reward has been posted by Crimestoppers for information leading to the capture of Steve Stephens, the man suspected of killing a random passerby and posting the gruesome footage on Facebook Sunday. Police have issued a nationwide search for Stephens, 37, and asked residents of Pennsylvania, New York, Indiana, and Michigan to be on alert.
Fusionator: SEEKING
 INFORMATION
 STEVE W. STEPHENS
 Aggravated Murder
 Cleveland, Ohio
 April 16, 2017
 Stephens vehicle
 DESCRIPTION
 Date(s) of Birth Used: December 10, 1979
 Hair: Black (currently bald)
 Height: 6'1"
 Eyes: Brown
 Weight: 244 pounds
 Sex: Male
 Race: Black
 Occupation: Social Worker
 REWARD
 The FBI is offering a reward of up to $30,000 for information leading to the arrest of Steve W. Stephens.
 REMARKS
 Stephens may be driving a white. four-door 2017 Ford Fusion with temporary ohio tags E363630. He has ties to Euclid and Cleveland. Ohio.
 Stephens has a full beard with a mustache. He was last seen wearing a dark blue and gray or black striped polo shirt.
 DETAILS
 The FBI and the Cleveland Police Department are seeking information regarding the ocation of Steve W. Stephens, wanted for his alleged
 involvement in the murder of an elderly man in Cleveland, Ohio, on April 16, 2017.
 SHOULD BE CONSIDERED ARMED AND DANGEROUS
 Anyone with information concerning the whereabouts of Steve W. Stephens should call 911. You may also call the FBI at
 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324)
 You may also contact your local FBI office or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate.
 Field Office: Cleveland
Cleveland police announced a $50,000 reward has been posted by Crimestoppers for information leading to the capture of Steve Stephens, the man suspected of killing a random passerby and posting the gruesome footage on Facebook Sunday. Police have issued a nationwide search for Stephens, 37, and asked residents of Pennsylvania, New York, Indiana, and Michigan to be on alert.

Cleveland police announced a $50,000 reward has been posted by Crimestoppers for information leading to the capture of Steve Stephens, th...

Fusionator: Special Needs Kids With No Criminal Record Before She Could Say Goodbye @undocumedia Source: Fusion The Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnatiintervened on behalf of one of its members Thursday by asking politicians and law enforcement to halt the impending deportation of Maribel Trujillo Diaz. Trujillo is scheduled to be deported next Tuesday, according to The Guardian. Trujillo is a mother of four who came to the U.S. in 2002 because her family had been targeted by Mexican cartels. She previously feared deportation, but was granted β€œprosecutorial discretion,” according to the church’s statement. As part of an agreement, the Archdiocese explained, Trujillo was required to go to regular check-ins with ICE and was told she could remain in the U.S. as her case for asylum is still pending. ICE arrived at Trujillo’s brother’s home unexpectedly on Wednesday and took her into custody for deportation, according to the Archdiocese. In its statement, the Archdiocese said she was unable to say goodbye to all of her children: Trujillo’s four children are U.S. citizens. One of the children, a 3-year-old, has recurring seizures; another is pre-diabetic. Both require special attention from her mother, who is also the family’s main source of income. β€œI don’t understand the reason to separate my family. I have no criminal record, I’m here working to support my family, so that my kids can study and have a better life for themselves,” Trujillo told The Guardianbefore she was detained. β€œWhy does President Trump want to divide my family and make me leave my kids behind – what are they going to do without their mama?” Trujillo told The Guardian that she would not want to leave her children behind in America, but also would not want to expose them to danger in Mexico, where members of her family have been kidnapped and received death threats. In a statement published by public radio station WVSU, ICE said that, in 2014, the Board of Immigration Appeals dismissed Trujillo’s appeals, making her β€œsubject to a final order of deportation.” immigration
Fusionator: Special Needs Kids With
 No Criminal Record
 Before She Could Say
 Goodbye
 @undocumedia
 Source: Fusion
The Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnatiintervened on behalf of one of its members Thursday by asking politicians and law enforcement to halt the impending deportation of Maribel Trujillo Diaz. Trujillo is scheduled to be deported next Tuesday, according to The Guardian. Trujillo is a mother of four who came to the U.S. in 2002 because her family had been targeted by Mexican cartels. She previously feared deportation, but was granted β€œprosecutorial discretion,” according to the church’s statement. As part of an agreement, the Archdiocese explained, Trujillo was required to go to regular check-ins with ICE and was told she could remain in the U.S. as her case for asylum is still pending. ICE arrived at Trujillo’s brother’s home unexpectedly on Wednesday and took her into custody for deportation, according to the Archdiocese. In its statement, the Archdiocese said she was unable to say goodbye to all of her children: Trujillo’s four children are U.S. citizens. One of the children, a 3-year-old, has recurring seizures; another is pre-diabetic. Both require special attention from her mother, who is also the family’s main source of income. β€œI don’t understand the reason to separate my family. I have no criminal record, I’m here working to support my family, so that my kids can study and have a better life for themselves,” Trujillo told The Guardianbefore she was detained. β€œWhy does President Trump want to divide my family and make me leave my kids behind – what are they going to do without their mama?” Trujillo told The Guardian that she would not want to leave her children behind in America, but also would not want to expose them to danger in Mexico, where members of her family have been kidnapped and received death threats. In a statement published by public radio station WVSU, ICE said that, in 2014, the Board of Immigration Appeals dismissed Trujillo’s appeals, making her β€œsubject to a final order of deportation.” immigration

The Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnatiintervened on behalf of one of its members Thursday by asking politicians and law enforcement to ha...