Man said he was hit by ul­tra­sonic waves

The Norwalk Hour - - NATION/WORLD -

The man who shot and killed a rookie Cal­i­for­nia po­lice of­fi­cer left a let­ter on the bed in the home where he lived claim­ing po­lice bom­barded him with ul­tra­sonic waves, of­fi­cials said. 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. He killed him­self Thurs­day af­ter fa­tally shoot­ing Of­fi­cer Natalie Corona.

Po­lice spokesman Lt. Paul Doroshov said the pa­per was found face up on the gun­man’s bed.

“The Davis Po­lice de­part­ment has been hit­ting me with ul­tra sonic (sic) waves meant to keep dogs from bark­ing,” the let­ter said. “I no­ti­fied the press, in­ter­nal af­fairs, and even the FBI about it. I am highly sen­si­tive to its af­fect (sic) on my in­ner ear. I did my best to ap­pease them, but they have con­tin­ued for years and I can’t live this way any­more.”

The hand­writ­ten note was signed “Cit­i­zen Kevin Lim­baugh.” Also re­cov­ered as ev­i­dence from the man’s home were two un­reg­is­tered guns.

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