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CrimeGunman accused of killing Davis officer identified

01:20  13 january  2019
01:20  13 january  2019 Source:   kcra.com

Gunman who killed California officer left note saying he was hit by 'sonic waves'

Gunman who killed California officer left note saying he was hit by 'sonic waves' Police say Kevin Douglas Limbaugh, 48, opened fire on Davis police Officer Natalie Corona, 22, without warning as she responded to a traffic collision.

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Gunman accused of killing Davis officer identified© Yolo County

The man who authorities say ambushed and killed Davis police Officer Natalie Corona has been identified.

Kevin Douglas Limbaugh, 48, was identified Saturday as the shooting suspect by the Yolo County Sheriff’s Office deputy coroner.

Limbaugh ambushed Corona on Thursday night as she was responding to a three-vehicle crash on Fifth Street between C and D streets in downtown Davis, Davis Police Chief Darren Pytel said Friday. Witnesses reported that he stayed in the shadows as Corona processed the crash scene.

As Corona was helping drivers involved in the crash, Limbaugh rode up to the scene on a bicycle and then opened fire on the 22-year-old officer, authorities said.

Man who killed officer said he was hit by ultrasonic waves

Man who killed officer said he was hit by ultrasonic waves Among the evidence recovered from the home of a man who shot and killed a rookie California police officer were two unregistered guns and a letter claiming police had been bombarding him with ultrasonic waves. Police in the city of Davis on Saturday released the letter they say was written by Kevin Limbaugh. The 48-year-old killed himself after fatally shooting Officer Natalie Corona. Limbaugh wrote police targeted him with ultrasonic waves for years and said "I can't live this way anymore." The handwritten note was signed "Citizen Kevin Limbaugh." Also recovered as evidence from the man's home were two unregistered guns.

Police said the gunman who killed Natalie Corona, identified as Kevin Douglas Limbaugh, had two Officers ordered the gunman repeatedly to surrender. Limbaugh briefly came outside and officers Kevin Douglas Limbaugh is the reported gunman accused of killing Officer Natalie Corona in Davis

Police have identified the suspected gunman who is accused of killing one police officer and injuring six others in a shooting in Florence, South Carolina The gunman then shot four Florence city police officers , including one fatally, as authorities arrived to help the deputies. The officer who died in the

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Around 1 a.m. Friday, Limbaugh was found dead in a downtown Davis home with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Limbaugh had been charged in September 2018 with battery with serious injury, according to Yolo County Superior Court records. He was convicted and ordered to surrender a Bushmaster AR-15 semiautomatic rifle to the Davis Police Department, records show.

Corona started at the Davis Police Department in 2016 as a part-time employee. She had finished the academy in July and completed the field training just before Christmas.

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The Latest: Police say gunman on bike ambushed slain officer

The Latest: Police say gunman on bike ambushed slain officer The Latest on a police officer killed in California (all times local):7 p.m.Authorities say a rookie police officer killed on duty in Northern California was ambushed by a gunman on a bicycle. The police chief in Davis says investigators have not determined a motive for Thursday night's killing. Chief Darren Pytel says the suspect rode a bicycle to the scene of a three-car crash in the small college town and fired multiple rounds. Officer Natalie Corona, who was investigating the collision, was struck in the neck. Pytel said the gunman left and went to his apartment nearby.

The gunman then apparently killed himself. Authorities said the motive for the attack Wednesday night was It was the deadliest mass shooting in the U.S. since 17 students and teachers were killed at a Video accessed by the AP showed law enforcement officers and vehicles speeding to the scene

Gunman identified in SC shooting that left 1 officer dead, 11 wounded. Officer Terrence Conway, 52, died after the suspect fired on officers trying to serve warrant at a home in a subdivision in West Florence, about an hour-and-a-half east of Columbia.

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Davis police find no record of 'sonic waves' complaints from Officer Natalie Corona's killer.
Davis police have found no evidence that the gunman who shot and killed Officer Natalie Corona last Thursday ever filed complaints against the department, despite his claims in a note that he was being bombarded with "ultra sonic waves" and "can't live this way anymore." Lt. Paul Doroshov said Wednesday that a review of department records has turned up no written complaints submitted by Kevin Douglas Limbaugh, the 48-year-old Davis man who shot Corona while she was investigating a traffic accident Thursday night. After shooting Corona, Limbaugh went on a shooting spree near his rented home before going inside as police surrounded the house.

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