Feb 27, 2013 12:21 PM by Associated Press
SANTA CRUZ, Calif. (AP) - A concrete wall where a suspect in the killing of two California police officers was fatally shot is riddled with bullet holes.
The shots on the wall and a garage are marked with identifying letters placed by police that go from "A'' all the way to "K."
The wall also is splattered with blood.
Authorities say 35-year-old Jeremy Goulet was shot dead outside a garage on Tuesday after he killed Santa Cruz police detectives Sgt. Loran Butch Baker and Elizabeth Butler.
Authorities say Goulet fired on them before they shot and killed him.
Goulet's father says his son may have been reluctant to return to jail after serving two years in Oregon. Ronald Goulet tells the San Francisco Chronicle his son, Jeremy Goulet, had texted his twin brother in the afternoon to say he was in trouble.
In 2008, Jeremy Goulet was convicted in Portland, Ore., of peeping on a woman who was showering in her condominium and of carrying concealed weapon.
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