Orlando cop killer posts ominous Facebook Live video just weeks before killing two people

The disturbing video shows the alleged Orlando cop shooter speeding down the road as his now-deceased girlfriend jokes about dying.

The man suspected of killing two Orlando police officers earlier this month made a chilling Facebook Live video on November 4. Although he appeared to be joking with his girlfriend in the video, the video depicted an eerie premonition.

Fox News reports that Markeith Loyd was waiting in traffic with his pregnant girlfriend, Sade Dixon, when he turned on Facebook Live. Dixon, sitting in the passenger seat, complained about Loyd’s fast driving and how she didn’t “know what she was signing up for” when she met him. A few minutes later, as the live stream continued, she joked about Loyd killing people so that they could get home faster, and as he began speeding down the road, she made reference to herself and Loyd’s unborn child.

“You not about to kill me and the baby…..I’m not gonna make it to 25,” she said in what seemed to be a playful tone.

According to detectives, Loyd did kill his girlfriend a month later, after she broke up with him. On January 9, he allegedly fatally shot Master Sgt. Debra Clayton after she tried pulled him over near a Walmart. While searching for Loyd, another officer, Deputy First Class Norman Lewis, died in a motorcycle crash.

The incident triggered a full manhunt for Loyd. As hundreds of police officers searched for him, numerous schools were shut down as authorities went door-to-door looking for him.

Orlando Police Chief John Mina vowed to find Loyd. He stated that he’s confident that no matter where Loyd goes, he will eventually get caught.

“I’m confident we will find him. It doesn’t matter where he is. We will track him down to the ends of the Earth to find him.”

Authorities are offering up to a $100,000 reward for information that leads to the capture and arrest of Loyd. As of January 12, he is still on the run. Keep in mind that Loyd is considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached. If you spot him or know of his whereabouts, contact 911 immediately.

Watch the disturbing video below:

[Feature Photo: YouTube & Orlando Police Department]