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Timeline of events that led Jeremy Goulet to Santa Cruz, where he killed two police officers and was subsequently shot and killed on Feb. 26, 2013.
  • June 1996: Enlists in U.S. Marine Corps Reserve.
  • April 1998: Enrolls in a Marine Corps officer candidate program.
  • February, April 2000: Cited in peeping Tom cases in San Diego.
  • December 2000: Unenrolls from Marine Corps officer candidate program, according to military sources.
  • June 2002: Discharged from the Marine Corps, several months after unit is called to active duty.
  • January 2004: Joins U.S. Army, assigned to Fort Rucker in Alabama for training. Becomes Blackhawk helicopter pilot.
  • March 2005: Stationed in Honduras.
  • April 2006: Stationed in Hawaii. Court-martialed on successive charges of raping female officers. Under plea deal, military drops rape charges for an "other than honorable" discharge.
  • February 2007: Officially discharged from military.
  • March 2007: Moves to Portland, Ore.
  • Late 2007: Charged with privacy invasion, gun and attempted murder charges. Convicted only of two misdemeanors. After he failed to comply with court-ordered treatment, judge imposes stiff back-to-back year sentences.
  • April 2010: Released from Portland jail.
  • September 2011: Moves to Berkeley.
  • August 2012: Accused of peering into a house, takes plea deal for 20 days in jail and three years of probation.
  • Late 2012: Moves to Santa Cruz, starts working at harbor-area coffee shop.
  • Feb. 22, 2013: Breaks into co-worker's home and allegedly tries to assault her. Arrested for drunk and disorderly conduct, released on $250 bail.
  • Saturday: Fired from his job at the coffee shop.
  • Tuesday: Opens fire on two police officers following up on Friday's arrest, killing both. Killed about 30 minutes later in shootout.