Taunting phone call part of ex-cop Dorner probe - New York News

Taunting phone call part of ex-cop Dorner probe

By TAMI ABDOLLAH
Associated Press

BIG BEAR LAKE, Calif. (AP) - Detectives are investigating a taunting phone call that may have been made by a fugitive ex-LAPD officer to the father of the woman they believe he killed in Southern California.

Two law enforcement officers who requested anonymity because of the ongoing investigation told The Associated Press on Sunday they are trying to determine if the call days after the killing was made by Christopher Dorner or a man posing as him.

The caller allegedly told retired police Capt. Randal Quan that he should have done a better job protecting his daughter. Monica Quan and her fiance were shot dead last Sunday.

Randal Quan represented Dorner in the disciplinary proceedings that led to his firing.

Dorner wrote in his manifesto that he believed the retired captain had represented the interests of the department over his.

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