Man who killed rookie cop said he was hit by ultrasonic waves

Lamar Ellis
January 14, 2019

The man accused of murdering a California police officer was ordered to surrender an AR-15 in another case previous year.

The letter, which was signed "Citizen Kevin Limbaugh", read: "The Davis Police department has been hitting me with ultra sonic waves meant to keep dogs from barking".

Corona started at the Davis Police Department as a part-time employee in 2016, when she was a junior college student.

The gunman who ambushed and killed a California cop left behind a letter ranting about how police were targeting him with "ultra sonic waves", authorities said.

This portrait of Natalie Corona by Richard Laus shows the Davis Police officer who was killed in the line of duty on Thursday.

Corona's father, Merced, is a retired Colusa County sheriff's sergeant in California. In July, after graduating from the Sacramento Police Academy, Corona was sworn in as Davis officer.

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Investigators have not identified a motive for the ambush shooting of the 22-year-old officer as she investigated a auto accident. At 1 am a robot was sent in to search the home and found Limbaugh dead from a self inflicted gunshot wound. She was struck multiple times and died at UC Davis Medical Center. "She's just an absolute star in the department and somebody that pretty much every department member pretty much looked to as a close friend and sister".

Authorities say Limbaugh then returned to a home nearby and went inside to talk to a roommate then went back outside to watch the chaotic scene as first responders flooded the area to help the officer and search for the suspect.

The suspect went on to say in his note, "I notified the press, Internal Affairs, and even the FBI" and that "he can't live this way anymore". As part of that case, Limbaugh was ordered to surrender an AR-15 rifle, the report said.

"She came home and said, 'You know Dad, I had to take this person's bag of cereal and that was all they had to eat.' So, I put five dollars in his bag and told him that was going to be for when he got out, '" Jose Corona said.

Inside the suspects Davis home, detectives also found two semi-automatic handguns, a 9 mm and a.45-caliber, one partially hidden in a shoe.

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