Burned-Out Truck Linked to Fugitive Ex-Cop
February 07, 2013
Screenshot via CBS Los Angeles.
Officers searching for an ex-LAPD cop wanted for three murders moved their search to the Big Bear area after locating a burning pickup truck they have linked to Christopher Dorner, reports the Los Angeles Times.
A gray Nissan Titan was located in the snow of Big Bear that has been linked to Dorner, who was last seen wearing military fatigues. There have been multiple sightings of Dorner in Big Bear.
Shortly after noon, the Bear Valley School District locked down their schools.
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Tom Ret @ 2/7/2013 6:48 PM
If the suspect is still in the Big Bear area, he is most likely hunkered down
in a house or cabin as a storm is coming in with snow, freezing temperatures and wind. His target list is back in LA so would think he would go back if he had a chance.
Tom Ret @ 2/7/2013 7:57 PM
I bet there are a few home owners in the Big Bear area who wished they had the evil black rifle with 20 or 30 shot magazines at the ready in case Mr Dorner comes calling. Is there any doubt that Mr. Dorner is not abiding by the Calif 10 shot magazine rule or has weapons that are Calif. compliant! I find it interesting that Dorner is an outspoken liberal
who had railed against the NRA. So any theory of Dorner being a tea party right wing gun nut is out the window.
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