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.
Doroshov said investigators found two semiautomatic handguns at Limbaugh's apartment and were trying to determine how he obtained them. I notified the press, internal affairs and even the Federal Bureau of Investigation about it.
Police say 48-year-old Kevin Douglas Limbaugh walked up on the scene of a 3-car crash that officer Corona was investigating on Thursday night. "I am highly sensitive to its affect [sic] on my inner ear", the letter reads. "I did my best to appease them but they have continued for years, and I can't live this way anymore, signed citizen Kevin Limbaugh".
"We went back to that house, knocked on the door, and out of the goodness of her heart, delivered a whole Santa bag full of presents and packages for a fire victim, just on her own", Briesenick said.
Corona was at the scene of a three-vehicle collision when Limbaugh rode up on a bicycle and opened fire on her in what police have described as an "ambush" attack. The suspect fired, and a bullet struck the firefighter's boot, he said. The woman with the backpack was uninjured. He was wearing a bulletproof vest. He emerged a second time with a gun before retreating.
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Police eventually sent a robotic camera in and found the gunman had shot himself in the head.
The shooting wasn't Limbaugh's first brush with the law.
Limbaugh had been ordered last fall to surrender a semiautomatic weapon after a battery case in which he was accused of punching a co-worker in the face, the Sacramento Bee reported.
The man accused of murdering a California police officer was ordered to surrender an AR-15 in another case previous year.
Her devotion to the department and Davis community was put on display Saturday night, where more than 1,000 mourners gathered for a candlelight vigil in her honor. The event was filled with speeches by local politicians and musical performances, according to the Bee. When funds for her position ran out, she still came into work as a volunteer, he said.