This portrait of Natalie Corona by Richard Laus shows the Davis Police officer who was killed in the line of duty on Thursday.
"The incident was reported to the Sheriff's Office and the suspect's employment ended immediately thereafter", according to the email from resort spokesman Mike Traum.
That was reduced to a misdemeanor after a plea, but Limbaugh spent eight days in jail and three years on probation.
The note left by Kevin Douglas Limbaugh of Davis, Calif., was released after Davis police identified the 48-year-old as the man who fatally shot Corona during the officer's response to a auto collision Thursday night.
In November, Limbaugh was ordered to turn in a black.223 Bushmaster AR-15 semiautomatic rifle. Firefighters were at the scene-their department was near where it happened-and had tried to save her, Pytel said.
Before the fight in September, his ex-girlfriend had called police about Limbaugh harassing her. "I notified the press, internal affairs, and even the Federal Bureau of Investigation about it".
The man who killed Officer Natalie Corona in an "ambush"-style attack left a note in the apartment where he killed himself, claiming that police had targeted him with "ultra sonic waves meant to keep dogs from barking". I did my best to appease them but they have continued for years, and I can't live this way anymore", said the note, which was signed, "Citizen Kevin Limbaugh". He had left a backpack at the crime scene with information that led the officers to his home, Pytel said. In July, after graduating from the Sacramento Police Academy, Corona was sworn in as Davis officer. He emerged a second time with a gun before retreating. A suspect walked up and fired at Corona, he said.
After firing more shots, the gunman fled, eventually barricading himself in his nearby apartment and fatally shooting himself.
Police say they have no reason to believe Limbaugh knew Officer Corona.
Corona was described by her family as "very hard-working", "humble" and "driven", in interviews with The Sacramento Bee Friday.Law enforcement runs in Corona's family: Her father, Merced, is a retired Colusa County Sheriff's deputy who served on the force for 26 years.