UPDATE: 11:11 EST LAPD Commander Andy Smith says that no body has been located inside of cabin — because it’s too hot to enter — and no body has been positively identified as Chris Dorner. Law enforcement is still on high tactical alert. Any other information will be coming from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department.
UPDATE: 9:57 EST There has been a body removed from the cabin. No confirmation that it is Chris Dorner, reports CB John Miller. But law enforcement has unofficially confirmed that it’s him.
UPDATE: 7:48 EST One gunshot heard from inside of the cabin where law enforcement believe Chris Dorner to be. Deputies on the scene are speculating that it was a self-inflicted gunshot.
Ammo in the cabin is exploding from the fire. If someone was in there alive, he would have come out, according to authorities. Footprints leading away from the cabin is leading to some speculation that he may have escaped.
UPDATE: 7:29 P.M EST Tear gas was thrown into the cabin where Chris Dorner is believed to be surrounded. It is now in flames. Police are standing by guns drawn.
It has now been confirmed that one of the San Bernardino sheriff’s deputies has died from injuries sustained in a gun battle with Christopher Dorner.
UPDATE 7:05 P.M. According to reports, one of the deputies shot by Christopher Dorner has died at Loma Linda University Medical Center.
UPDATE: 6:14 P.M. EST In an official press conference, LAPD ask that media cameras back away from the area as to not give Dorner a tactical advantage over the SWAT team if he is watching television.
LAPD to Dorner, “It’s time to turn yourself in; it’s time to end the bloodshed.”
A crowd is gathering with signs that read: “Don’t Kill Dorner.”
Dorner still has not been captured. All cars leaving Big Bear are being searched by law enforcement.
UPDATE: 6:04 P.M. EST Two officers allegedly shot by Chris Dorner during Big Bear shoot-out are being air-lifted to the hospital. Dorner still has not been captured.
UPDATE: 5:11 P.M. EST Reports are that Dorner is currently surrounded in a cabin in the Angelus Oaks area of the San Bernardino National Forest.
UPDATE: 4:45 P.M. EST Dorner was in the white, Dodge pick-up truck, when deputies tried to make a stop. Dorner refused to stop, a gun battle ensued and he fled on foot. A second gun battle followed and it currently appears to be a stand-off. It is confirmed that two deputies are shot and they are trying to pull them to safety to get them treatment.
UPDATE: Chris Dorner is not in custody; he is engaged in shoot-out with police officers and reports are that two officers are down. He is suspected to have at least 30 weapons.