Big Bear Lake is one of the most popular resort areas in Southern California. But many folks are wondering if it is safe to visit Big Bear Lake area now.
Christopher Jordan Dorner, a former police officer, is reportedly set on revenge and has vowed to kill police officers. The Los Angeles Times reports Saturday that the ground search resumed in full force on Saturday.
People who promote tourism in Big Bear issued an advisory on Saturday with words of advice for visitors. Here's the official statement from the region's tourism industry, the Big Bear Lake Resort Association.
The search for multiple murder suspect Christopher Dorner resumes today in Big Bear. A spokesperson for San Bernardino County Sheriff Department says a ground search will continue in Big Bear until Dorner is either found or until authorities can determine he is not in the Big Bear area.
A strong police presence remains in Big Bear around the clock. The top priority for law enforcement is to keep the Big Bear community safe.
Big Bear received more than 18 inches of fresh snow yesterday, and the mountain resort is open for business including Bear Mountain, Snow Summit and lodging accommodations. All roads leading in and out of Big Bear are open with tire chains restrictions.
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