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Man who allegedly shot cop ranted about 'ultra sonic waves'

Man who allegedly shot cop ranted about 'ultra sonic waves'

The note found in his home reads in part, "the Davis police are hitting me with ultrasonic waves meant to keep dogs from barking".

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.

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.

Police in the college town of Davis near Sacramento on Saturday made public the one-paragraph letter they said was written by Kevin Douglas Limbaugh, 48.

His daughter joined the Davis Police Department in 2016 as a community service officer - a job she remained excited about even when the department ran out of funding to pay her, Chief Darren Pytel said during a news conference. At 1 am a robot was sent in to search the home and found Limbaugh dead from a self inflicted gunshot wound.

Kevin Douglas Limbaugh claimed in a note that Davis Police had hit him with
Cop killer claimed in note police targeted him with 'ultra sonic waves meant to keep dogs from barking'

The typed letter continues: "I notified the press, internal affairs, and even the Federal Bureau of Investigation about it". I am highly sensitive to its affect in my inner ear. Firefighters were at the scene-their department was near where it happened-and had tried to save her, Pytel said.

The Sacramento Bee reported that court documents show Limbaugh was charged and convicted in a battery case last fall, and he agreed in November to surrender the weapon.

Doroshov said Limbaugh did not make any formal complaints with the Police Department. Her father, Merced Corona, served 26 years as a Colusa County Sheriff's deputy, the Beereported.

Davis police posted a photo of Corona delivering the presents in December, writing, "We are always proud of the work our officers do, but we have a little extra pride today". "I did my best to appease them but they have continued for years, and I can't live this way anymore", said the note, which was signed, "Citizen Kevin Limbaugh". "She just enjoyed her job".

Hundreds of people attended a Saturday night vigil for the rookie cop, who had been on the force for less than a year.

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