David Perdue was on his way to a surfing outing in February when he was stopped by officers pursuing Dorner.
A judge ruled Thursday that a man allegedly carjacked in Big Bear by Christopher Dorner — and now seeking $1 million in reward money — will have to bolster his claims against the city of Los Angeles.
A Hollywood studio executive who landed his private helicopter on a Sheriff’s Department helipad during the manhunt for ex-LAPD officer Christopher Dorner.
The owner of a Barton Flats cabin has filed a claim against San Bernardino County saying sheriff’s deputies allowed it to burn during a standoff with rouge former Los Angeles police officer Christopher Dorner.
The city of Torrance has filed documents denying misconduct by police officers who shot at a white surfer during a manhunt for a rogue Los Angeles former officer.
The city Police Commission Tuesday will review the results of a Los Angeles Police Department report that found that the 2009 termination of Christopher Dorner was justified.
The Los Angeles Police Department Friday released the findings of an internal review that found that the 2009 termination of Christopher Dorner was justified.
Margie Carranza and her mother, Emma Hernandez, had reached a settlement with the city in April after filing claims for personal injuries, legal costs, medical bills and emotional damage.
A surfer who was shot at by police during the manhunt for rogue ex-cop Christopher Dorner has filed a lawsuit against a Los Angeles suburb and its police department.
Torrance police opened fire on 38-year old David Perdue’s SUV on February 7, 2013.
This year’s annual Big Bear Heritage Parade will recognize and honor the community’s emergency personnel who protected the mountain community during the hunt for fugitive Christopher Dorner.
The home of fallen San Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputy Jeremiah MacKay was renovated for free Wednesday thanks to law enforcement volunteers and the Home Depot.
An internal review by the Los Angeles Police Department has concluded that rogue ex-cop Christopher Dorner was justifiably fired.
A San Bernardino County sheriff’s deputy seriously wounded in a shootout with rogue ex-cop Christopher Dorner threw out the first pitch at Wednesday night’s Angels-Dodgers game.
An Alabama police officer who was suspended and placed on probation for Facebook posts about Christopher Dorner is challenging the punishments doled out by department officials.