$1 million reward
It's unclear whether Jim and Karen Reynolds could receive a $1 million reward offered for Christopher Dorner's capture and conviction.
Dorner's remains were found in the ashes of a cabin that caught fire following a shootout with police on Tuesday.
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Police Chief Beck issued a statement on Thursday saying that officials from the various agencies that posted a $1 million reward would meet to “collectively determine whether any individual or individuals qualify for it.”
“More than 20 jurisdictions and entities are involved in this reward,” they said in the statement. “Our personal hope is that the reward will be distributed, but we must follow the rules and respect the procedures of each entity.”
Additionally, Karen Reynolds called 911 Tuesday during a manhunt for Dorner and reported the fugitive was at Big Bear Lake and had tied them up in their rental cabin.
And a Boy Scout camp manager may also be a candidate for the reward. He called police when Dorner carjacked his truck Tuesday.
LAPD Officer Alex Martinez previously said he didn't think there would be a reward. “There was no capture and no conviction. It's kind of a no-brainer.”