New reports show that the Dorner manhunt may cost law enforcement agencies millions of dollars. Where does that money come from?
Law enforcement agencies that used the most resources pursuing murder suspect Christopher Jordan Dorner may soon be looking at a total tab that could reach into the millions of dollars.
No estimates are yet available and a full public accounting may never be given in what was one of the largest law enforcement operations in recent memory.
Whatever the final costs, they are likely to be so high that Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck has already directed staffers to learn whether any state or federal funds could be available to reimburse the city and other jurisdictions.