Body not yet ID'd as Dorner, so protection continues
BIG BEAR LAKE, Calif. - Police said protection for people threatened by former Los Angeles police officer Christopher Dorner will continue, even though Dorner is believed dead after a confrontation with police at a mountain cabin.
Otherwise, Los Angeles police say they've returned to normal patrol operations.
Coroners continued today to try and identify remains found in the burned-out cabin in the San Bernardino mountains where Dorner holed up and exchanged fire with police pursuing him.
Dorner is believed to have died as the cabin burned to the ground yesterday, after a final shootout with authorities. He's believed responsible for four deaths, including of the pursuing officers.
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