Police opened a massive manhunt for Dorner Thursday, after the ex-Los Angeles police officer was linked to the weekend homicide of a couple in LA and the early Thursday morning shooting in which four police officers were targeted.
Dorner, 33, implicated himself in the killings with a multi-page "manifesto," in which he states he once lived in Enid. The manifesto included threats against several people, including members of the LAPD, police said.
Many Enid residents were surprised to find out the nationwide manhunt hit so close to home.
"I just thought it's a small world. At first I thought, he's a police officer here, but then I found out he wasn't a police officer. I really was surprised he lived here in Enid," said Darline Rodriguez.
She says she's concerned to hear he mentioned Enid in his manifesto.
"It worries me. But we just have to watch out for each other and stay safe."