On Feb. 8, 2013, Charlie Sheen recorded a video urging accused murder and former police officer Christopher Dorner to give him a call “…to end this thing,” reports TMZ. Police continue to search for Dorner who is wanted for killing three people over the past week.
In the video, Sheen also thanked Dorner for the “kind words” that were in the wanted man’s manifesto, which was posted online prior to the murders. In it, the former Navy Reservist writes, “Charlie Sheen, you’re effin awesome.”
Dorner is accused of murdering women’s college basketball coach Monica Quan and her fiancé Keith Lawrence on Feb. 3 as they sat in Lawrence’s white Kia in the parking lot of their Irvine condo complex. He is also suspected of killing a police officer in Riverside on Feb.7.
Also on Feb. 7, his burning truck was found in Big Bear, Calif., but he was nowhere to be found.
Besides mentioning Sheen and some other celebrities in the manifesto, he also threatened at least 12 people and their families. In it, he appears to blame Monica Quan’s father—retired LAPD Capt. Randy Quan—for his termination from the LAPD, as Quan represented him before a police tribunal.
Dorner is described by the LAPD as black, 6-feet tall, and about 270 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.