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Outpouring Of Support For Slain Davis Police Officer

Outpouring Of Support For Slain Davis Police Officer

The gunman who killed an officer in Northern California left behind a letter accusing the Davis police department of hitting him with "ultra sonic waves".

The man accused of murdering a California police officer was ordered to surrender an AR-15 in another case previous year.

The letter read, "The David Police Department has been hitting me with ultra-sonic waves meant to keep dogs from barking".

The police department reports the 22-year-old officer was rushed to UC Davis Medical Center with serious injuries before she died.

Authorities have not determined where Limbaugh obtained the two semi-automatic handguns he was believed to have used in the Thursday night attack that killed Corona.

In November, Limbaugh was ordered to turn in a black.223 Bushmaster AR-15 semiautomatic rifle.

The suspect went on to say in his note, "I notified the press, Internal Affairs, and even the FBI" and that "he can't live this way anymore".

In the interview, Lieutenant Doroshov said the note was left face up on Limbaugh's bed and he could not speculate why it had been placed there.

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Limbaugh had been involved in a fight in September with a co-worker at Cache Creek Casino Resort, about 40 miles northwest of Sacramento, according to police and court records.

Police said a gunman on a bicycle ambushed the officer, shooting her from the shadows as she investigated a auto accident, then reloaded and narrowly avoided wounding others before walking home.

Limbaugh dropped his backpack at the scene and information inside allowed police to trace him to a house about a block away. At 1 am a robot was sent in to search the home and found Limbaugh dead from a self inflicted gunshot wound.

Corona was shot multiple times, Davis police Chief Darren Pytel said.

Corona started with the Davis Police Department as a community service officer, the Bee reported. Shreveport police officer Chateri Payne was on her way to work a late-night shift when someone shot her at least four times, including once in the head. The daughter of a retired Colusa County sheriff's deputy, she finished her training in December and had been on the job for a few weeks.

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

Perhaps none more appreciative than 18-year veteran Davis Police Officer, Keirith Briesenick.