Dorner 911 Tapes Released

A couple tied up by the ex-LAPD officer who went on a killing rampage called 911 in February

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    Former Los Angeles police officer and Navy reservist Christopher Jordan Dorner

    Audio of the 911 call a Big Bear couple placed Feb. 12 after being tied up by disgruntled ex-LAPD Officer Christopher Dorner was released Tuesday, KPCC reported.

    In the partially redacted recording, Karen Reynolds tells a police dispatcher that she and her husband found Dorner inside a condo on their property and tied her up.

    "I'm pretty sure he's been here the whole time," said Reynolds, who managed to use her cellphone while tied up to call 911.

    Riverside Pulls Dorner Reward Pledge, Others May Follow

    [LA] Riverside Pulls Dorner Reward Pledge, Others May Follow
    To date, no one has collected the reward money in the Christopher Dorner case. Two claims have been filed, but on Monday, the city of Riverside pulled its $100,000 pledge because they say the money was for information leading to Dorner's arrest and conviction -- neither of which happened after the rogue ex-police officer died in an apparent suicide. Beverly White reports for the NBC4 News at 11 p.m. on March 25, 2013.

    Reynolds said Dorner was armed with a rifle that had a silencer and took off in her truck. She also tells the dispatcher Dorner was armed with an automatic rifle equipped with a silencer.

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    The Los Angeles Police Department on Tuesday said it remained "committed" to doling out the $1.2 million reward offered during the manhunt for rogue ex-LAPD officer Christopher Dorner, one day after the city of Riverside pulled its $100,000 pledge. Ted Chen reports from Downtown LA for the NBC4 News at 5 p.m. on March 26, 2013.

    Dorner was an ex-LAPD police officer and former United States Navy reservist who was charged in connection with a series of shooting attacks on police officers and their families from between February 3 and 12.

    Four people were killed in the shootings, including two police officers and three police officers were wounded.

    Dorner was the subject of one of the largest manhunts in LAPD history that spanned two states and Mexico before he shot himself while holed up in an unoccupied cabin in Big Bear during a standoff with police.