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Sheriff: Charred Body Is Dorner's

February 14, 2013  | 

Photo: Irvine PD
Photo: Irvine PD

San Bernardino County (Calif.) Sheriff's officials have positively identified the charred remains found in a mountain cabin Tuesday as being the body of Christopher Dorner.

Officials said they made the identification using dental records during the autopsy.

The announcement brings a formal end to the epic manhunt for Dorner, who was accused of killing four people, including two law enforcement officers. He was killed at the end of a hours-long standoff in a cabin near Big Bear on Tuesday afternoon.

Read the full Los Angeles Times story.

Tags: SWAT Tactics, Barricaded Suspects, San Bernardino County (Calif.) Sheriff, Chris Dorner


Comments (9)

Displaying 1 - 9 of 9

Grapeape @ 2/14/2013 5:57 PM

At least he is done. Ufortunately, another Brother fell in the process.

Retired Chief @ 2/14/2013 6:58 PM

So many LEOs had to die because of this terrorist. Then he turns the gun on himself...what a coward! Prayers must go out to all of the officer's families. Dormer burns on earth, and his soul burns in Hell!

Skitch @ 2/14/2013 7:46 PM

Where there is Justice, wickedness was there.
Where there is Judgement, wickedness was there.

john w bosnich @ 2/14/2013 9:37 PM

needless loss of career and life, when u believe u have been betrayed by your own, life seems hopeless, revenge appears your only option, hate is the real enemy of souls.

1911_cop @ 2/14/2013 10:40 PM

Justice was served before more LE lives were lost.

Azured @ 2/15/2013 7:00 AM

It’s all been so tragic. But now they need to fire whoever did his psych evaluation. This monster should never have been hired.

scpdblue @ 2/15/2013 12:22 PM

Justice has been served. Now let the healing begin for the true LE brothers we lost, those injured and the families who were affected by this madman.

SgtB. @ 2/15/2013 4:20 PM

Indeed a tragedy on so many levels.

But I ask you LE brothers and sisters to stand tall and be proud of what you are and what you represent.

Each of you, in your own way, make a difference in your community every day.

Jim A @ 2/17/2013 4:30 PM

For every fuggup like Dorner, there are a hundred , no, more like a thousand honest and hard-working officers. And for his Psych, he may have passed then. Not lately. The psych is not a scientific measurement. It is a "best guess" tool. Every one of you could be hired and then not pass the same psychological test years later. The fault lies on one person only - Mr. Dorner. He had the ability to move on. He did not take that road. He chose to take others that were innocent of any wrong doing. He is no more than a murderer. I am sorry for his family and the families of his victims.

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