The fishermen remembered him being kind
(NEWSER) – Christopher Dorner, the ex-cop who died last week after allegedly killing four people, tried to escape to Mexico, NBC News reports.
On Feb. 5, just two days after he allegedly killed his first two victims, fishermen at San Diego's Driscoll Wharf say he approached them and tried to find someone who would take him fishing in Mexico.
He offered $200 to $400 but found no takers, even after he came back to the pier with fish tacos to sweeten the deal.
The fishermen remembered him being kind, and talking about a "friend" who had been fired and was having problems with the police.
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