California authorities on Saturday launched the identification of the person suspected of killing Officer Natalie Corona earlier this week in an “ambush”-style assault.

The Yolo County Sheriff’s Workplace deputy coroner decided the suspect – who killed himself after the encounter – was Kevin Douglas Limbaugh, 48, authorities stated.

The identification got here two days after Corona, a rookie cop for the division, was shot and killed by a suspect who approached on a bicycle and fired a number of pictures at a slew of targets.

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The deadly scene seemed to be “like an ambush,” Davis Police Chief Darren Pytel stated Friday.

The suspect fled towards a rental house he shared with a roommate after the capturing occurred, in accordance with Pytel.

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 rookie Natalie Corona, 22, on Thursda and later took his own life during a standoff with police.

This 2018 reserving picture launched by the Yolo County Sheriff’s Workplace exhibits Kevin Douglas Limbaugh. Authorities recognized the 48-year-old Limbaugh as the person who shot and killed rookie Natalie Corona, 22, on Thursda and later took his personal life throughout a standoff with police.
(Yolo County Sheriff’s Workplace through AP)

“At one level he did come out,” Pytel stated. “It appeared to officers that he was sporting a ballistic vest, a bulletproof vest. He shouted some stuff, went again in and got here again out with a firearm, then went again inside, pushed a sofa in entrance of the door and officers heard a gunshot.”

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The gunman had shot himself within the head inside the home, Pytel stated.

The Sacramento Bee reported that courtroom paperwork confirmed Limbaugh was charged and convicted in a battery case final fall, and he agreed in November to give up a semiautomatic rifle.

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The case stemmed from Limbaugh getting arrested in September for assaulting somebody at Cache Creek On line casino, Yolo County Sheriff’s Sgt. Matthew Davis stated, in accordance with AP.

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The police division on their Fb Saturday shared a photograph of a makeshift memorial that included flowers and balloons.

“The love this neighborhood is exhibiting Officer Corona is actually superb. Thanks all for the continued assist throughout this extremely troublesome time,” the publish stated.

Fox Information’ L.A. Ross, Louis Casiano and The Related Press contributed to this report.

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