Mayor: L.A. Will Not ‘Tolerate’ Dorner

    San Bernardino County Sheriff's officer Ken Owens searches a home for the former Los Angeles police officer Christopher Dorner in Big Bear Lake, Calif, Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013. The hunt for the former Los Angeles police officer suspected in three killings entered its fourth day in the snow-covered mountains on Sunday, a day after the police chief ordered a review of the disciplinary case that led to the fugitive's firing and new details emerged of the evidence he left behind. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

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    Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa insisted on Sunday that his city would “not tolerate” Christopher Dorner’s “reign of terror,” as exhausted police have increased the reward to $1 million in the manhunt for the fugitive ex-cop suspected of killing three. Police evacuated a home-improvement store in Northridge, California, after a possible sighting of the fugitive was reported, as helicopters hovered overhead and shoppers were told they could leave but not remove their cars. A report in Britain’s Daily Express claimed that drones are being used in the search for Dorner—if true, he would be the first human target on U.S. soil. Dorner allegedly went on a killing spree last week in an apparent revenge rampage against the LAPD for firing him.

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