Cop killer, Christopher Dorner, has been located in the Big Bear area of San Bernardino, Cal., and he has exchanged fire with police. The Californian has the developing story on Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 12, 2013.
The suspect reportedly broke into the home of an elderly man and woman, tying one of them up. One of the two victims managed to slip away and call 911 to summon the police. After an exchange of gunfire with officers, the suspect fled in the couple’s car.
According to The Californian , State Fish and Wildlife Assistant Chief Dan Sforza told KCAL-TV that Dorner was spotted by game wardens on Highway 38 who tried to pull him over. Gunfire was exchanged before Dorner left the vehicle and fled into the woods where he has barricaded himself in a cabin.
According to the California Highway Patrol (CHP) scanner feed, the authorities have called for the media to remove any live feeds to the standoff. The CHP communicated via radio earlier that the suspect may have left the cabin. The situation is currently fluid, but Fox News has suggested that Christopher Dorner may have hostages.