Reward Offered for Ex-Cop in California
In California, authorities are still focusing their search for an Ex LAPD officer in a ski resort town.
On Monday there were about thirty deputies canvassing the area and checking about 600 cabins for 33 year old Christopher Dorner.
The search for Dorner started last week when he shot and killed an officer and injured two others.
It is believed he also killed a couple with ties to another LAPD cop earlier this month.
On Sunday a million dollar reward was offered for information leading to his capture.
Yesterday, district attorneys in Los Angeles filled murder charges against Dorner.
Authorities say they will continue to search the ski resort until Dorner is found.
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