A gunman randomly shot and killed an elderly man on a Cleveland street Sunday afternoon — and streamed the execution on Facebook. Steve Stephens went on the rampage at around 3 p.m. in the city’s Glenville neighborhood, singling out innocent 74-year-old Robert Goodwin Sr. and murdering him in cold blood while capturing the attack on his cellphone camera, according to police. Modal TriggerRobert Goodwin Sr.Facebook “Found me somebody I’m going to kill,” Stephens says in the grisly Facebook video — which the company did not remove until three hours had passed and it had been shared by thousands of users. “This guy right here — this old dude,” Stephens says. He is then seen exiting his car and approaching Goodwin, telling the befuddled man to say the name “Joy Lane.” Stephens then points his firearm directly at Goodwin. “I don’t know nobody by that name,” Goodwin pleads, waving a white plastic bag in a desperate attempt to dissuade the gunman. Undaunted, Stephens pulls the trigger, striking Goodwin directly in the head. “That motherf–ker dead because of you, Joy,” Stephens says to the camera as he continues to film the scene, and the slain man’s body is shown lying on the blood-soaked pavement. A woman by the name of Joy Lane later told CBS News she was Stephens’ longtime girlfriend.