Some observations from the federal criminal complaint against Dorner:
COMPLAINANT'S STATEMENT OF FACTS CONSTITUTING THE OFFENSE OR VIOLATION:
On or about February 7, 2013, in Orange County, within the Central District of California and elsewhere, defendant Christopher Jordan Dorner, fled
the State of California
in order to avoid prosecution in violation of Title....
a. On February 7, 2013, Detective Anschick and other officers interviewed C.C., a boat captain in San Diego. ....
b. Detective Anschick later found
DORNER'S personal belongings, including his wallet and identification cards, near the U.S. Mexico border
at the San Ysidro Point of Entry. ...
10. Based upon the foregoing, including the recent observations of a suspect matching DORNER'S description attempting to flee to
, as well as my training and experience, that there is probable cause to believe that DORNER has moved and traveled in interstate and
foreign commerce from California to Mexico with the intent to avoid prosecution, ....
Clearly, the cops were pretty sure that Dorner was in Mexico. Who observed Dorner 'attempting to flee to Mexico'? How is it that the detective
interviewing the boat captain 'found' the wallet and ID more than 10 miles away?