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Cop killer advanced note police targeted him with ‘ultra sonic waves designed to keep the dogs barking’

This 2018 booking photo released by the Yolo County Sheriff’s Office shows Kevin Douglas Limbaugh. Governments that the 48-year-old Limbaugh as the man who shot and killed Davis, Calif., rookie police officer Natalie Corona, 22, on Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019, and later took his own life during a confrontation with the police. (Yolo County Sheriff’s Office via AP)

The man who killed Officer Natalie Corona in an “ambush-style”attack left a note in the apartment where he killed himself, claiming that the police had targeted him with “ultra sonic waves designed to keep the dogs barking.”

The note left by Kevin Douglas Limbaugh of Davis, Calif., released after Davis, the police determined that the 48-year-old as the man who fatally shot Corona during the officer’s response to a car collision on Thursday evening.

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Kevin Douglas Limbaugh claimed in a note that Davis Police had him with the “ultra sonic waves” before fatally shooting Officer Natalie Corona.
(Davis Police Department )

“The Davis Police hitting me with the ultra sonic waves designed to keep the dogs bark,” reads the note, which is typed on a computer. “I notified the press, internal affairs, and even the FBI. I am very sensitive to the affects (sic) on my inner ear. I did my best to calm down, but they have continued for a year and I can’t live this way any more.”

There is no way to know when the note is typed, Davis police Lt. Paul told Doroshov SFGate.com, adding that the note was found during a search of Limbaugh’s apartment.

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“There are a lot of rumors about why this happened, why he did what he has done, and we hope this sheds some light,” Doroshov said. “As for the placement of the note, which was found face-up on Limbaugh’s bed, “I really can’t speculate on why it was there.’

In addition to the note, the officials of two semi-automatic handguns in the home, a 9 mm and a .45-caliber, Doroshov told the Sacramento Bee.

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According to authorities, Limbaugh was riding a bicycle and shot Corona as the rookie cop was at the scene of a three-car collision. He unleashed a barrage of bullets that hit a bus, a fire engine and a young woman’s backpack. The woman with the backpack was unharmed.

He fled to an apartment he shared with a roommate. At one point, Limbaugh has emerged from the house wearing a bullet proof vest and shouted at the officers before going back inside. He came a second time with a gun, before retiring.

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The officers never fired at him.

After hearing a single shot, the officers sent a robot where Limbaugh has a deadly shot himself in the head.

The shooting was not Limbaugh’s first brush with the law. The Sacramento Bee reported he was indicted and convicted on a battery case last fall, in which he assaulted with a colleague in the face after a dispute. As part of the case, Limbaugh was ordered to surrender an AR-15 rifle, the report said.

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More than 1,000 mourners attended a Saturday evening vigil for Corona. The event was filled with speeches from local politicians and musical performances, according to the Bee.

What brings us together is a really, really sad incident and a meeting is not going to change that,” Davis Mayor Brett Lee said. “But to see you all here does make a difference.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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