Women Shot at in Dorner Case Still Waiting for New Truck
LOS ANGELES (KTLA) — Almost a month after the manhunt for ex-LAPD Christopher Dorner wrapped up, the women whom police officers mistakenly shot during the investigation were still coping with the aftermath.
While Emma Hernandez and Maggie Carranza were delivering newspaper last month, police fired at their truck, thinking it belonged to the fugitive.
The mother and daughter are reportedly still living in fear that they may be shot again and they have not received a replacement truck that the LAPD promised them.
There were more than 100 bullet holes found in the truck following the incident.
The LAPD said it was continuing with the investigation into the shooting.