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February 12th, 2013 by Temple City Tribune
LAPD offers $1 million reward for fugitive
Law enforcement officials are saying they community help because “there’s a lot more of you than us.” said Riverside County District Attorney Paul Zellerbach at a press conference Monday.
Formal charges have now been filed against former LAPD police officer Christopher Jordan Dorner who is on the run and has yet to be apprehended.
Charges of murder and attempted murder have were filed in the Riverside Superior court Monday. Although a technicality, a no bail warrant was obtained which means Dorner can be arrested anywhere in the country.
“It is our opportunity as citizens to assist law enforcement in the apprehension of this individual.” said Riverside District Attorney, Paul Zellerbach.
The charges filed today are one charge of murder & 3 counts of attempted murder in the fatal shooting of Riverside Police Officer Michael Crain and the wounding of Crain’s partner.
Law enforcement says they need community help because “there’s a lot more of you than us.”
Police chiefs from agencies all over California have put officers of extra alert with the suspect still at large. Two men close to the investigation are LAPD Chief Charlie Beck and Sheriff Lee Baca. -Photo by Terry Miller