Civil Liberties

Riverside Withdraws Reward for Christopher Dorner, LAPD Says to Do So Would be Disingenuous

Two claims for the reward have been made


Some California donors, including the city of Riverside, have withdrawn their part of more than $1 million in reward money offered for the capture and conviction of cop-killer Christopher Dorner, who committed suicide after a 10-day shooting spree in Southern California last month.

The city of Riverside had pledged $100,000 in reward money for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Dorner, who was suspected of killing four people, including Riverside officer Michael Crain.