L.A. County Divides $100,000 in Christopher Dorner Reward Money

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L.A. County officials agreed Tuesday to divide $100,000 in reward money for aiding in the hunt for ex-LAPD Officer Christopher Dorner between a couple held hostage in their home and a man who found his burned-out truck in Big Bear.

Karen and Jim Reynolds will get $80,000 of the reward money and Daniel McGowan $20,000, the county Board of Supervisors decided.

Dorner held the Reynoldses at gunpoint in their Big Bear cabin, tied them up and stole their SUV. The couple escaped and contacted law enforcement, giving a description of the vehicle.

McGowan, who worked at a Big Bear ski resort, found Dorner’s burned-out truck on Feb. 7 and alerted officials, leading to a search focused in the Big Bear area.

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