Dodgers Contribute to $1 Million Reward for Arrest of L.A. Murder Suspect
The Los Angeles Dodgers contributed to the $1 million reward for the capture of Christopher Dorner, the alleged cop killer who is on the loose in Southern California after being suspected of at least three murders.
Dorner allegedly murdered a Riverside, CA police officer just four days after being suspected of murdering Fullerton women's assistant basketball coach Monica Quan and her fiance Keith Lawrence.
Quan's father, Randall, a retired police officer and chief who became a lawyer, represented Dorner at an LAPD disciplinary hearing he lost. Dorner accused an LAPD officer of using excessive force, but he was fired for submitting false statements.
Dorner wrote a chilling manifesto in which he threatened police officers and their families, and there has been a manhunt for him since last week.