Volunteers have renovated the home of a San Bernardino County sheriff's detective who was shot to death by rogue ex-cop Christopher Dorner.
The Riverside Press-Enterprise says about 80 volunteers gathered Wednesday at the Redlands home of Jeremiah MacKay.
Volunteers from the Sheriff's Department and Home Depot made $20,000 in improvements, including replacing doors, carpets and flooring, laying sod, updating a kitchen and creating a child's playroom.
MacKay was killed in February as authorities surrounded Dorner in a mountain cabin near Big Bear. The fired Los Angeles policeman had vowed revenge. He killed four people and then himself during a weeklong rampage.
MacKay leaves a wife, infant son and 7-year-old daughter. His widow, Lynette MacKay, says she's grateful for the support she's received since her husband's death.