The San Bernardino County Sheriff maintained Wednesday that his deputies did not intentionally burn down the mountain cabin where a wanted former LAPD police officer is thought to have died.
Christopher Dorner, the former police officer who was suspected of killing four people and was the subject of an intense statewide manhunt, has died after being barricaded in a cabin that was later engulfed in flames, CBS News has learned from law enforcement sources.
Los Angeles authorities on Sunday offered a $1 million reward for information leading to the arrest of Christopher Dorner, the former police officer suspected in three killings.
Police in Pinole are searching for a man who attempted to rob a bank Friday afternoon.
As an ex-cop, Christopher Dorner knows the police playbook back-to-front, which makes the job of tracking and taking him down even tougher.
The name of the officer is not being released while the suspect, Christopher Dorner, remains at large. Dorner is the subject of a widespread manhunt that focused on the mountain community of Big Bear late Thursday.
Police were searching Thursday for 33-year-old Christopher Dorner, a former Los Angeles Police Department officer, after he was named a suspect Wednesday night in a double homicide in Irvine.
Police arrested a suspect near Oakland’s Lake Merritt Thursday morning following a search.
A search of a West Oakland neighborhood for a suspect considered armed and dangerous has ended, and the suspect has been taken into custody, an Oakland police spokeswoman said.
Dozens of police officers with guns drawn were roaming a San Leandro neighborhood Thursday morning in the search for a possible gunman.