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West Coast Cops Await Forensic Results in Dorner Case
BIG BEAR LAKE, Calif. (AP) — Authorities in Southern California are waiting for forensic tests to determine whether a body found in a burned-out mountain cabin is the former Los Angeles police officer wanted for murder.
The cabin in Big Bear Lake is where authorities say Christopher Dorner got into a firefight with police, killing one yesterday.
The cabin then caught fire. Dorner was accused of killing three other people and allegedly targeted those he blamed for his firing.