The San Bernardino County Coroner’s office has confirmed human remains recovered from a burned-out cabin following Tuesday’s deadly gun battle are that of quadruple murder suspect Christopher Dorner.
The Los Angeles chapter of a nationwide anti-Wall Street social movement has taken to social media in support of quadruple homicide suspect Christopher Dorner.
As authorities work to positively identify the charred human remains found in a burned-out Big Bear cabin where fugitive Christopher Dorner was believed to be barricaded, there are questions about how thoroughly the area was searched during the extensive manhunt.
The owner of the Big Bear-area vacation rental cabin that went up in flames in the Christopher Dorner standoff watched it happen live on television Tuesday afternoon.
A couple said quadruple murder suspect Christopher Dorner tied them up in their Big Bear condo Tuesday before a standoff with authorities that may have led to his death.
The mother of quadruple murder suspect Christopher Dorner Wednesday offered her condolences to the families affected by her son’s reported killing spree.
If Christopher Dorner is dead, who will get the $1.1 million reward that was being offered for his arrest? Officials say it’s complicated.
San Bernardino County Sheriff John McMahon said the manhunt for Christopher Dorner is over.
Key events involving Christopher Dorner, the fired Los Angeles police officer suspected of killing four people in Southern California and posting a manifesto on Facebook outlining plans to kill the families of those he felt wronged him
Forensic investigators are working to identify human remains recovered in the charred debris of a Big Bear cabin where quadruple murder suspect Christopher Dorner was believed to have been holed up during a firefight that claimed the life of a San Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputy.
Law enforcement from across Southern California will pay their final respects to a Riverside police officer Michael Crain who was allegedly shot to death by Christopher Dorner.
The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department said Wednesday that the deputy who was killed during a shootout with a man believed to be murder suspect Christopher Dorner was a detective out of the SBSD’s Yucaipa office, KNX 1070 reported.
The mother of quadruple homicide suspect Christopher Dorner Tuesday was spotted at an Orange County Mexican restaurant watching the Big Bear standoff on television.
LAPD Cmdr. Andy Smith Tuesday night said that despite earlier reports, Christopher Dorner’s body has not been recovered from a burned out cabin where he was holed up during a deadly shootout with authorities earlier today.
A 61-year-old man said quadruple murder suspect Christopher Dorner carjacked his truck before the fugitive killed a sheriff’s deputy and barricaded himself inside a Big Bear cabin for several hours.