LOS ANGELES (KTLA) — A massive manhunt is underway for Christopher Jordan Dorner, 33, a former LAPD officer and Navy reservist, who is considered armed and dangerous.
He is accused of firing on two LAPD officers in Corona early Thursday, and then ambushing two Riverside police officers, killing one of them.
Dorner is also the suspect in the double murder of a couple in the parking garage of a condo complex in Irvine on Sunday.
He posted an online manifesto expressing anger over his termination from the force and threatening police officials and their families.
One of the victims in the Irvine case was the daughter of a former LAPD captain involved in Dorner’s dismissal process.
The following is a timeline of what we know and when it happened:
Wednesday, Feb 6th (10:30 p.m.):
- Man believed to be Dorner attempts to steal boat from 81-year-old man at Southwestern Yacht Club in Point Loma
- Victim says the burly man threatened him with a gun and tied him up
- -Suspect was allegedly trying to flee to Mexico
- While attempting to start the boat, a rope became entangled in a propeller, disabling the boat.
Thursday, Feb. 7th (Around 1 a.m.):
- Two LAPD officers in route to reports of Dorner spotting begin following him on the 15 Freeway
- At some point, he pulls off the freeway in Corona, exits his truck and fires a shouldered weapon at the officers
- One officer is grazed, Dorner escapes
Thursday, Feb. 7th (Around 1:30 a.m.):
- Two Riverside officers on routine patrol are reportedly ambushed at a red light by a man believed to be Dorner
- One officer killed, one is in critical condition
- Dorner escapes again
Thursday, Feb 7th (2:20 a.m.):
- Per KSWB & San Diego CNS, Wallet belonging to Dorner discovered near Lindbergh Field in San Diego
- Wallet also contained his LAPD badge
- Just a few miles from the yacht club where Dorner allegedly tried to steal a boat
Thursday, Feb. 7th (5:20 a.m. & 5:45 a.m.):
- Two shootings in Torrance
- Both reportedly involving vehicles similar to Dorner’s
- Two people injured in first shooting on Redbeam Avenue in Torrance
- No one injured in second shooting, near Flagler Lane & Beryl Street in Torrance
- Speculation that both incidents happened in a neighborhood where an officer mentioned in the manifesto lives