LOS ANGELES (KTLA) — The amount of reward money offered in the case of Christopher Dorner shrank again.
The Peace Officers Research Association of California has withdrawn its $50,000 pledge, saying the terms of the reward had not been met.
Their deal with the LAPD was made on the condition that Dorner be arrested and convicted for his crimes in February.
The former LAPD officer who went on a rampage across Southern California wasn’t arrested.
Rather, he killed himself when he was cornered by police in Big Bear. That distinction has led some donors to back out of their pledges.
The announcement comes just days after the city of Riverside pulled its $100,000 contribution.
At least three people have submitted claims for the reward.
A decision on who will get the money is expected by mid-April.