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USFamily Remember Officer Natalie Corona As Proud Police Officer, Full Of Life

09:40  12 january  2019
09:40  12 january  2019 Source:   msn.com

Vigil For Fallen Officer Natalie Corona

Vigil For Fallen Officer Natalie Corona A sea of candles lit the night at Central Park to honor the memory of Davis Police Officer Natalie Corona killed in the line of duty. Boy Scouts from Troop 139 passed out candles. They were holding a meeting in a nearby church when the shots rang out Thursday night. The 100 Club of Solano and Yolo Counties presented the family with a check for $20 thousand dollars to help with expenses. © Provided by Local News RSS EN-US Vigil held But perhaps the most moving moment coming from Natalie’s basketball coach at Pierce High School, Ed Martinez. “She was number 11,” he said.

Natalie Corona , a young rookie police officer in California, was shot and killed in the line of duty just a few months after earning her badge. A small group of #DavisCA police officers and firefighters are erecting a thin blue line US flag where @cityofdavispd Officer Natalie Corona was fatally shot last

Natalie Corona , 22, was only sworn into her job at the David Police Department last August. Police announced that she was shot when responding to a According to WPVI-TV, Officer Corona had only just completed the department’s field training program and had been out on the streets for about two

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ARBUCKLE (CBS13) — Family and friends shared hugs and tears Friday as they gathered at the family home of Officer Natalie Corona in Arbuckle.

“Natalie was just a person full of life. She loved everybody and everybody loved her,” said cousin, Robert Corona.

Officer Corona was gunned down in the line of duty Thursday while responding to a traffic crash in the City of Davis. She was just 22-years-old. Corona started as a Davis community officer back in 2016 and graduated the Sacramento Police Academy this past summer. She just recently completed training and had only been on the streets by herself for a couple of weeks before the tragic incident.

Gunman accused of killing Davis officer identified

Gunman accused of killing Davis officer identified 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. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.

Natalie Corona was a rising star in her police department with a sparkling smile and a huge heart who had followed in her father’s footsteps and became an officer , fulfilling a lifelong dream just a few months ago when her dad pinned the badge on her uniform.

‘Devastating loss’: Davis officer remembered as rising star. Officer Natalie Corona was shot, killed Courtesy of Davis Police Department. She finished her field training program just before Christmas “ Natalie was just full of life and full of energy and just an absolute pleasure to be around,” Pytel said.

“She died doing what she wanted to do, which was to be in law enforcement,” said Natalie’s father, Merced Corona.

Merced was one of Natalie’s biggest influences, as he himself served over two decades as a deputy with the Colusa County Sheriff’s Department. He says he was so proud of his daughter following in his footsteps and was honored to pin on her badge when she was sworn in to the Davis Police Department in July.

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“When I pinned on Natalie‘s badge, she was so proud and it was just a proud moment for her mom and I. We looked forward to that moment for a long time,” he said as he fought back tears.

Flags were flown at half staff around Arbuckle Friday.

Davis police find no record of 'sonic waves' complaints from Officer Natalie Corona's killer

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.

Two young female rookie police officers gunned down in cold blood. RIP PO Chateri Payne, Shreveport PD and PO Natalie Corona , Davis As we all grieve over the killing of yet another Police Officer , 22-Year-Old Natalie Corona , I can't help but think about the hate against law enforcement

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Corona was a two-sport athlete at Pierce High School, playing both basketball and volleyball, and was homecoming queen her senior year.

Her family says she was heavily involved in her church and would do anything for anyone.

“My cousin Natalie was just a very humble person and liked to help others,” said her cousin David Corona.

“That’s all she had to give is that love and that smile,” said aunt and godmother, Rosa Carina. “If you offered her anything, she was always like ‘no no, I’ve got it, don’t worry about it.’ She was always willing to give.”

The Coronas’ are a large, well-known family in Arbuckle. Natalie’s mother is an elementary school teacher. Natalie was the oldest of 4 sisters.

The family says they are now leaning on faith, each other and support from the community to get them through.

“We’re going to get past it,” Merced said. “It’s going to be difficult, we are going to have our grieving time, but we will get past it,” he said

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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