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Feb. 11, 2013
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SAN BERNARDINO (KTLA) — Police evacuated an apartment complex in San Bernardino early Sunday after a report that fugitive Christoper Dorner was hiding there.
Tenants awoke to a swarm of armed cops circling Eureka Manor in San Bernardino.
It all happened around 1:30 a.m. on Sunday at 1525 E. Eureka Street. The raid was captured on cell phone video obtained exclusively by KTLA.
SWAT officers stormed a corner apartment as helicopters flew overhead. As a precaution, police ordered residents out through back windows.
The Dorner sighting turned out to be a false alarm — prompted by an apparent prank call.