Ex-police officer suspected in California shooting once lived in Oklahoma
Police have been searching for Christopher Dorner since a shooting Thursday that left a Los Angeles police officer and two others dead. In a rambling manifesto posted online Thursday, Dorner, a U.S. Navy veteran, listed Enid among a list of cities where he lived from childhood to adulthood.
Police say Dorner killed a Los Angeles police captain's daughter and her fiance Sunday in a parking garage in Irving, Calif., and then used a rifle to ambush two police officers in Riverside on Thursday, killing one and seriously wounding the other. Dorner is also suspected of shooting and wounding a third police officer in Corona.
Dorner fulfilled his lifelong dream of becoming a Los Angeles police officer in 2005, but saw it unravel three years later when he was fired after a police review board decided he falsely accused his training officer of kicking a mentally ill man in the face and chest.
The incident led Dorner to plot violent revenge against those he thought responsible for his downfall, according to a 14-page manifesto police believe he authored because there are details in it only he would know.
Contributing: The Associated Press
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