BIG BEAR, Calif. (AP) — Los Angeles police are asking a former colleague who's believed to be barricaded in the San Bernardino Mountains to turn himself in and end the bloodshed.
LAPD held a brief news conference Tuesday, confirming that authorities think it's Christopher Dorner who's holed up in a cabin in the Big Bear Lake area, after a shootout that wounded two officers.
LAPD Cmdr. Andrew Smith asked news agencies not to broadcast live reports because the person in the cabin might be watching television.
He urged Dorner to surrender, saying "Enough is enough."