The man who killed the officer said he was struck by ultrasonic waves
DAVIS, California (AP) – Among the evidence found in the home of a man who shot and killed a rookie California police officer were two unregistered weapons and a letter claiming that the police had shot him with ultrasonic waves.
The police in the city of Davis on Saturday released the letter that they thought was written by Kevin Limbaugh.
The 48-year-old killed himself on Thursday after deadly shooting officer Natalie Corona.
Limbaugh wrote that the police had targeted him for years with ultrasonic waves and said, "I can not live like this anymore."
Researchers have identified no motive for the ambush shooting of the 22-year-old officer when she investigated a car accident.
Detectives also found two semi-automatic pistols that were not registered with Limbaugh.
This reservation photo of 2018, released by the Sheriff's Office of the Yolo County, shows Kevin Douglas Limbaugh. Authorities identified the 48-year-old Limbaugh as the man who murdered Davis, California, rookie police officer Natalie Corona (22), on Thursday, January 10, 2019, and murdered and later committed suicide during an impasse with the police. The Sacramento Bee reports that legal documents show that Limbaugh was convicted in a battery case and agreed in November to hand in a semi-automatic rifle. (Yolo County Sheriff & # 39; s Office via AP)
Limbaugh was commissioned last fall to hand in a semi-automatic rifle after being sentenced in a battery case.
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