The gunman who killed an officer in Northern California left behind a letter accusing the Davis police division of hitting him with “ultra sonic waves.”
A man on a bicycle shot Davis police Officer Natalie Corona, 22, Thursday night time as she responded to a triple-automotive crash in the city of Davis. He was later found lifeless with a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
In a press release Saturday, the Yolo County Sheriff’s Workplace recognized Kevin Douglas Limbaugh, forty eight, because the suspect within the officer’s killing.
Limbaugh left behind a letter, in accordance with Davis police spokesman Lt. Paul Doroshov, who read the letter on digital camera to CNN affiliate KMAX.
“The Davis police division has been hitting me with extremely sonic waves meant to keep canine from barking. I notified the press, inner affairs, and even the FBI about it. I am highly delicate to its affect [sic] on my inside ear,” the letter reads. “I did my greatest to appease them, but they have continued for years and I can’t reside this manner anymore.”
The letter is signed “Citizen Kevin Limbaugh.”
‘A rising star’
Corona was shot a number of occasions, Davis police Chief Darren Pytel stated.
“This clearly to us seems to be like an ambush,” Pytel stated.
After capturing Corona, the suspect reloaded his firearm and fired towards a firefighter and a fireplace truck that have been additionally responding to the visitors collision. Then he fled.
A manhunt for the shooter ended hours later when police discovered him lifeless with a self-inflicted gunshot wound in a house in Davis. He had left a backpack on the crime scene with info that led the officers to his residence, Pytel stated.
Corona died at the UC Davis Medical Middle in nearby Sacramento. She began her service with the division as a group service officer in 2016. She finished the police academy in July and was promoted to police officer upon graduation.
“She was a rising star within the division,” Pytel stated.
She was a second-era officer
Corona’s father, Merced, is a retired Colusa County sheriff’s sergeant in California. He stepped down from the drive in 2012 after 26 years.
Payne, who also was newly hired, was in uniform and getting ready for work when she was gunned down at a Shreveport residence, police Chief Ben Raymond stated.
Nobody had been arrested in the capturing, and it isn’t recognized what led to the killing, Raymond stated.
Payne was hired in July as an academy cadet and graduated in November. Raymond stated her academy classmates grieved over her demise.