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BIG BEAR, Calif. – The ex-LAPD police officer wanted in connection with three killings has barricaded himself inside a cabin after exchanging gunfire with police. Authorities have him cornered.

According to the Los Angeles Times, Christopher Dorner wounded two deputies and is surrounded. He’s accused of tying up a couple and stealing their vehicle. After a short chase, he crashed the truck and a gun battle ensued, sources said. The extend of the deputies’ injuries is unknown.

Dorner is accused of killing three people during a one-man vigilante campaign against police. He is reportedly seeking vengeance for being let go from the department in 2008.

For more information, visit the LA Times website or KTLA.

2 comments

  • Jeni

    When will the FBI step in and look at his case? We all deserve to know the truth and if only a quarter of what he claims is true…there is some serious corruption and cover-ups going on in LAPD that need to be dealt with. Everyone knows LAPD are corrupt and have been for many years. This is not new info. So why are they investigating themselves??? The FBI needs to look into this BS

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