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Wildlife officers played key role in Dorner case

The charred remains of the cabin where killer Chris Dorner killed himself. (Associated Press)
The charred remains of the cabin where killer Chris Dorner killed himself. (Associated Press)

WILDLIFE ENFORCEMENT — Equipped with four-wheel drive vehicles and their knowledge of the woods in rugged terrain, California Fish and Wildlife police were key to cornering Christopher Dorner, the state's most-wanted killer Tuesday.

Wildlife enforcement officers routinely deal with a well-armed clientelle. But this case involved a wild shootout.

Read the story from the LA Times.




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