This undated photo provided by the Santa Cruz Police Department shows Jeremy Goulet. Goulet, 35, a recently fired coffee shop barista with a criminal history, opened fire on two Santa Cruz police detectives Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013, when they came to his house to investigate a sexual assault complaint from a female co-worker. Sgt. Loran Butch Baker and Detective Elizabeth Butler were shot and killed outside the home of Goulet, who fled and later died in a shootout with police.
This undated photo provided by the Santa Cruz Police Department shows Jeremy Goulet. Goulet, 35, a recently fired coffee shop barista with a criminal history, opened fire on two Santa Cruz police detectives Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013, when they came to his house to investigate a sexual assault complaint from a female co-worker. Sgt. Loran Butch Baker and Detective Elizabeth Butler were shot and killed outside the home of Goulet, who fled and later died in a shootout with police.
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published Thursday, February 28th, 2013
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