The man who authorities say ambushed and killed California police Officer Natalie Corona has been recognized.
Kevin Douglas Limbaugh, forty eight, was identified Saturday as the capturing suspect by the Yolo County Sheriff’s Workplace deputy coroner.
Limbaugh ambushed Corona on Thursday night time as she was responding to a 3-car crash on Fifth Road between C and D streets in downtown Davis, Davis Police Chief Darren Pytel stated Friday. Witnesses reported that he stayed in the shadows as Corona processed the crash scene.
As Corona was helping drivers concerned within the crash, Limbaugh rode up to the scene on a bicycle and then opened hearth on the 22-yr-previous officer, authorities stated.
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Round 1 a.m. Friday, Limbaugh was discovered lifeless in a downtown Davis house with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Limbaugh had been charged in September 2018 with battery with critical damage, in accordance with Yolo County Superior Courtroom data. He was convicted and ordered to surrender a Bushmaster AR-15 semi-automated rifle to the Davis Police Department, data present.
Corona started on the Davis Police Department in 2016 as an element-time employee. She had completed the academy in July and accomplished the sector coaching just before Christmas.
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