Cop killer claimed in note police targeted him with 'ultra sonic waves meant to keep dogs from barking'
Added 01-13-19 12:43:01am EST - “The man who killed Officer Natalie Corona in an "ambush"-style attack left a note in the apartment where he killed himself, claiming that police had targeted him with "ultra sonic waves meant to keep dogs from barking."” - Foxnews.com
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This 2018 booking photo released by the Yolo County Sheriff's Office shows Kevin Douglas Limbaugh. Authorities identified 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 standoff with 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 police had targeted him with “ultra sonic waves meant to keep dogs from barking.”
The note left by Kevin Douglas Limbaugh of Davis, Calif., was released after Davis police identified the 48-year-old as the man who fatally shot Corona during the officer's response to a car collision Thursday night.
Kevin Douglas Limbaugh claimed in a note that Davis Police had hit him with "ultra sonic waves" before fatally shooting Officer Natalie Corona. (Davis Police Department )
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