Earlier this week, Steve Stephens, also known as the Facebook Killer, took his own life after a car chase in Erie, Pennsylvania.
It later came to light that we all owed a debt of gratitude to the staff of a McDonald's drive-thru in Erie, PA for helping to capture the cold-blooded killer.
Stephens reportedly pulled up to the drive-thru to order a 20-piece chicken nugget and large french fries. The employees recognized Stephens from the video he had uploaded to Facebook that went viral earlier that week.
The employees then pretended that Stephens' fries were taking longer to make. Meanwhile, they called the police. Stephens ultimately sped away from the McDonalds without his fries. But it was too late. The police caught up to him, and he then shot himself.
Since then, many have wondered what would become of the $50,000 reward for the apprehension (dead or alive, as it were) of the Facebook Killer.
Would the McDonald's employees receive the reward for stalling the killer and tipping off the police?
And, if they did, would they split it? Or, perhaps, would the McDonald's itself receive the reward?
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