Reports are breaking that fugitive ex-cop and triple murder suspect, Christopher Dorner, may have been located after breaking into a couple’s cabin, tying them up and stealing their vehicle in Big Bear and is possibly engaged in a shootout with federal officials. Two officers have reportedly been shot.
The Sun in San Bernardino reported about 12:45 p.m. that San Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputies, U.S. Marshals Service deputies and FBI agents are rushing to the Bear Valley area after searching a cabin around Arrowbear.
We’ll deliver more news as it becomes available.
Christopher Dorner is now dead. It has been reported by several sources that his charred remains have been removed from a fire-ravaged cabin in the Southern California mountains. From Yahoo News:
The body of shooting suspect Christopher Dorner, the subject of a week-long manhunt, has been removed from a cabin destroyed by fire this afternoon, according to multiple sources. The Associated Press, ABC News, CNN and Los Angeles Times are reporting the news, with an AP alert specifically stating that a “charred body found in rubble of burned cabin in Southern California mountains,” is reported to be that of Dorner. In addition, The Los Angeles Times reports that the LAPD is preparing to hold a press conference to announce the news that they have recovered what is believed to be Dorner’s body.