Sheriff McMahon has asked that helicopters pull back

Sheriff McMahon has asked that helicopters pull back or leave the area of the barricaded suspect. Gunfire is being exchanged between law enforcement and the suspect; news personnel are in danger and could contribute to officer safety on the ground. View Larger Map … [Read more...]

Dorner Trapped in the Community of Seven Oakes

Tuesday, February 12, 2013 at 12:22 p.m, deputies working the Big Bear area search for Christopher Dorner responded to the 1200 block of Club View Dr. for a reported stolen vehicle. The reporting party said the suspect took their vehicle and described the suspect as looking very similar to Dorner. Deputies immediately began a search on the ground … [Read more...]

All Local Schools on Lock Down or Modified Lock Down

Big Bear, CA, February 12, 2013 - According to the Bear Valley Unified School District, Big Bear High School, Chautaugua High School and Baldwin Lane are on full lock down as of approximately 1pm today.  All other schools are on-hold, or modified lock down, until more information is known about police activity in the Dorner investigation off of … [Read more...]

Authorities Seek Surveillance Video Of Dorner

Big Bear Lake, CA, February 12, 2013 - Christopher Dorner’s blue Nissan Titan pickup truck was found abandoned near Big Bear Lake on February 7. The Dorner Task Force is asking that mountain residents who may have surveillance cameras at their homes, review their video from midnight on February 7, until today to see if it captured an image of … [Read more...]

$1 Million Report Offered for Information Leading to Dorner’s Capture

Big Bear, CA, February 11, 2013 - Authorities continue to search the Big Bear area for Christopher Dorner whose burned out truck was discovered in the San Bernardino forest near Bear Mountain Resort last Thursday.  The number of officers in the search have been scaled back going on day five of the manhunt locally but the San Bernardino County … [Read more...]

Scaled-Back Search for Dorner Continues

Big Bear Lake, CA, February 10, 2013 - The search to locate Christopher Dorner continues in the Big Bear area with approximately 25 officers on the ground and a helicopter providing aerial support, according to Sunday's press release from the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department.  As the number of cabins, rentals and unoccupied/vacation … [Read more...]

Dorner Search to Suspend at Nightfall Until Morning

Big Bear Lake, CA, February 9, 2013 - A San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department spokesperson updated KBHR at 3pm Saturday on the search for murder suspect Christopher Dorner. Today's search resumed at 7:00 a.m. in the Big Bear area and will stop at nightfall. Approximately 50 law enforcement officers are searching the forest and checking … [Read more...]

Search Expanded in the Big Bear Area in the Manhunt for Dorner

San Bernardino Sheriff John McMahon updates the press regarding search for Dorner.

Big Bear, CA, February 8, 2013 - San Bernardino Sheriff John McMahon stated in the latest press conference this morning that the search will continue in Big Bear for Christopher Dorner regardless of the weather until he is found or it is determined definitively that he is no longer in the area.  He also stated that the public’s safety is a … [Read more...]

UPDATE: Dorner Investigation Continues

Big Bear, CA, February 8, 2013 - Schools in the Bear Valley Unified School District will be closed today.  In a statement released by Superintendent Kurt Madden, due to the on-going law enforcement investigation and the uncertainty of the whereabouts of Christopher Dorner, the decision was made early this morning to close schools today.  Law … [Read more...]

NO SCHOOL TODAY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH

Big Bear, CA, February 8, 2013 - According to Kurt Madden, Superintendent of the Bear Valley Unified School District, all schools in the school district will be closed today due to ongoing law enforcement investigation, and the uncertainty about the whereabouts of Chris Dorner,   District offices will be open. … [Read more...]