Fugitive Chris Dorner exchanged fire with police in the San Bernadino Mountains today—
Here is the LIVESTREAM
THERE WAS A HOME INVASION – Dorner tied up two people stole their truck, one got loose and called 911. Has been in their home several days.
Then Dorner fled in a truck and exchanged fire with police – over 100 rounds were exchanged.
DORNER IS BARRICADED IN CABIN IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MOUNTAINS
TWO OFFICERS SHOT—
Tuesday, Feb 12 1:44 p.m.: A person believed to be the fugitive ex-Los Angeles cop sought in three killings exchanged gunfire with authorities in the San Bernardino Mountains on Tuesday, a law enforcement official said on condition of anonymity.
The officer told The Associated Press it’s believed Christopher Dorner committed a residential burglary of a cabin and had a couple tied up in the cabin. One was able to get away and make a call. Authorities responded to the location and gave chase when Dorner fled in a stolen car. Gunfire was exchanged.
Tuesday, Feb 12 1:38 p.m.: The noise of the gunbattle was broadcast by a location TV station, whose reporter suddenly found himself near the fight. Someone could be heard yelling at the reporter to get out of the area.
Tuesday, Feb 12 1:30 p.m.: AP law enforcement source: Fugitive ex-cop exchanges fire with S. California authorities.
Tuesday, Feb 12 11:30 a.m.: A prosecutor who filed a murder charge against a fugitive former Los Angeles police officer that could result in the death penalty said he believes the man hasn’t finished carrying out his vendetta. “Just read his manifesto and look at his actions,” Riverside County District Attorney Paul Zellerbach said. “He’s trying to send a message, and it would be my belief that his message is not completed yet.”
Read more at MYFoxLA.
UPDATE: Reportedly a 27 year-old officer is in critical condition.
UPDATE: Officer Dead.
UPDATE: Cabin in flames – Explosion – Ammo exploding in cabin. Police heard one shot.