Christopher Dorner, the alleged California cop killer, is presumed dead a fter a shootout with law enforcement officers in Big Bear, Calif. According to a report dated Feb. 12 by TMZ, the cabin where it was believed the California cop killer was cornered has burned and there is a body inside.
The badly burned body has yet to be identified. Other sources have stated that the cabin is too hot for law enforcement to enter. There was also ammunition going off inside the cabin, possibly what started the fire, and the cabin is not safe to enter.
Christopher Dorner, a former resident of Oklahoma, is believed to have killed four people. A deputy was killed during the shootout that led to the cabin burning and a body being found inside the cabin.
The manhunt was declared a failure and a $1 million reward was offered for information that would lead to the capture and conviction of the California cop killer. Despite the failed manhunt, it is believed that Christopher Dorner was cornered inside the cabin.
At the time of publication, it was unknown when law enforcement will be able to enter the cabin. It is also unknown how long it will take to identify the body that is allegedly in the cabin.