LOS ANGELES (CNS) - County, city and private donors announced a procedure today for determining who, if anyone, should receive all or part of a roughly $1 million reward that was offered during the hunt for former LAPD Officer Christopher Dorner, who was found dead after a Big Bear shootout.
Because Dorner -- who was suspected in the killings of four people, including a
Riverside city officials have already announced that they were rescinding their contribution to the reward.
Under the procedures announced today, people who believe they are entitled to the reward money have until April 19 to file a claim with the Los Angeles Police Department. Donors to the reward fund, meanwhile, have agreed to place the money in a trust account.
Once all the claims are received, they will be reviewed by a panel made up of representatives of the
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