Man who killed of­fi­cer said he was hit by ul­tra­sonic waves

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - WORLD -

DAVIS, Calif. - Among the ev­i­dence re­cov­ered from the home of a man who shot and killed a rookie Cal­i­for­nia po­lice of­fi­cer were two un­reg­is­tered guns and a let­ter claim­ing po­lice had been bom­bard­ing him with ul­tra­sonic waves. Po­lice in the city of Davis on Satur­day re­leased the let­ter they say was writ­ten by Kevin Lim­baugh.

The 48-year-old killed him­self Thurs­day after fa­tally shoot­ing Of­fi­cer Natalie Corona. Lim­baugh wrote po­lice tar­geted him with ul­tra­sonic waves for years, say­ing “I can’t live this way any­more.” In­ves­ti­ga­tors have not iden­ti­fied a mo­tive for the am­bush shoot­ing of the 22-year-old of­fi­cer as she in­ves­ti­gated a car ac­ci­dent.

De­tec­tives also found two semi­au­to­matic hand­guns not reg­is­tered to Lim­baugh. Lim­baugh was or­dered last fall to sur­ren­der a semi­au­to­matic ri­fle after he was con­victed in a bat­tery case.

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