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Dashcam Captured Dorner Ambush of Riverside Officers

Dashcam footage released this week by the Police Foundation shows that Riverside, Calif., officers Michael Crain and Daniel Tachias were ambushed before they knew that former LAPD officer Christopher Dorner had shot at two LAPD officers in nearby Corona. Read Full Story Here.

May 06, 2014

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Adam @ 5/6/2014 5:02 PM

Utter shame and disgrace that he ever wore that blue uniform and worked by our side. RIP to our fallen RPD brother and may Dorner get eternal punsihment by his maker....

Stephanie @ 5/6/2014 6:17 PM

Mike's partners name is Andrew.

TERRY F. ZECH VAPD (ret) @ 5/7/2014 3:20 PM

There are no words for what that disgraced officer did to his own brothers and sisters. Our condolences go out to their families and to their department. May their attacker rot in a burning hell forever. Take care and stay safe all of you behind the badge protecting and serving.

Jackie @ 5/12/2014 2:43 PM

Please help Palomar Police Academy in Honoring Fallen Officer Crain @ go fund me Fallen Officer. All tributes go to his family. May god be with Officer Crain and his family. Thank you for protecting us all.

Don @ 5/15/2014 6:58 PM

I'm speechless, RIP Brother Officer Crane, and praying for a complete recover for Officer Tachias, I'm praying Dorner is burning in Hell!!!

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