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Bardstown, Kentucky police officer murdered in the line of duty. Ambushed from a hilltop with 12 gauge

 
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Bardstown, Kentucky police officer murdered in the line of duty. Ambushed from a hilltop with 12 gauge
On his way home... How sad.
Coroner: Bardstown police officer was ambushed
Officer Jason Ellis (Source: Bardstown Police Department)
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – The first Bardstown police officer killed in the line of duty in the department's 150-year history was ambushed, possibly from a hilltop, according to the Nelson County Coroner's Office.

The coroner said a 12-gauge shotgun was used to shoot K-9 Officer Jason Ellis multiple times early Saturday morning on an off-ramp leading from the Bluegrass Parkway to Highway 55 in Nelson County. Investigators said Ellis' service revolver was in its holster when he was found dead by a passerby just before 3 a.m. and that Ellis had no radio communications with dispatch in the minutes before his death.
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Ellis was on his way home from work when he was killed. Bardstown Police Chief Rick McCubbin said Ellis was in uniform and driving a marked police car. Ellis' police dog was not with him.

Police have no suspects in custody. An active search continues for the person or persons responsible for Ellis' death.

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"I can assure you we won't give up on this person or persons until we either have them in custody or in the front sight of one of our weapons," McCubbin said during a Saturday afternoon news conference. "I certainly hope the latter is the choice."

Ellis, a former professional baseball player with Cincinnati Reds farm teams in Sarasota, FL and Billings, MT, leaves a wife and two young sons.
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Re: Bardstown, Kentucky police officer murdered in the line of duty. Ambushed from a hilltop with 12 gauge
Just read an update on this...
It was premeditated apparently.

Police: Officer Jason Ellis' murder was premeditated

Police say the shooting was an ambush and that Ellis was shot several times but never had time to respond or remove the gun from his holster.

"Someone planned this and someone planned to shoot somebody in that location at that exact time," Chaffins said.

Police believe Ellis' murder was premeditated because of the debris that was on Exit 34 Saturday morning. They say someone intentionally placed the debris on that stretch of roadway so that a driver would have to stop their car, get out and unknowingly become the target of the shooter.

Police are still not sure if Ellis was the intended target or if the shooter planned to shoot the first person to pick up the debris.

Officers say the fact that this act was so senseless and so random makes it that much harder to cope with the tragedy.

This was on wkyt.com news
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Rest assured, the good people of Nelson County will not rest peacefully until the murders are brought to justice.

Rest in peace Jason, you were loved.hf
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Kentuckians remember murdered police officer at visitation
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Hundreds attend funeral for fallen officer
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Our prayers.

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What an amazing display of heart felt support was shown today for the life of Jason Ellis & his family. Thousands showed their last respects to not only a wonderful police office but a wonderful husband & father.

Our hearts are broken. How could this happen? Who could do this? red_heart
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More than likely, it was a revenge killing by some meth heads.
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More than likely, it was a revenge killing by some meth heads.
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You may be correct, but something does not seem quite right about the whole situation. Inside job? I have no idea, only time may tell.
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He might have been corrupt and dealing with drug runners, giving preferential treatment.
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Sounds like a pretty well organized hit. NOT random.
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A picture of Figo, his K 9 partner, paying his last respects:

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Multiple operators tracked him, probably for weeks, got his routine down, followed him on the night of the hit, communicating with cell phones, and took him out. Probably other corrupt cops in the area know exactly why and who killed him.
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OMG what a heart wrenching video tears are streaming verysad
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Right on. The day is coming, the day of the evening of scores and the settling of debts when all filthy pigs will be made to pay for their crimes against society.

Pigs like to swagger around and act tough. We'll see how tough they are when it's us doing the shootin', tazerin' and beatin' for a change. Not very fucking tough would be my guess.
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More than likely, it was a revenge killing by some meth heads.
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I was thinking it was prolly Joe Biden. All he ever talks about is shotguns & laws...better check his schedule and see if he has an alibi during that time.
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OMG what a heart wrenching video tears are streaming verysad
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I know. He's been retired. He was given to the wife and his two sons, ages 6 and 7.

Been trying to find something nasty about him that would help explain why he was killed. He seems to be a good one. Too few good ones. Let's give him karma pin.
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Re: Bardstown, Kentucky police officer murdered in the line of duty. Ambushed from a hilltop with 12 gauge
More than likely, it was a revenge killing by some meth heads.
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I was thinking it was prolly Joe Biden. All he ever talks about is shotguns & laws...better check his schedule and see if he has an alibi during that time.
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He probably has a house there by the off ramp and just fired his double barrel out the window as a warning. Didn't mean to hurt anybody.
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Re: Bardstown, Kentucky police officer murdered in the line of duty. Ambushed from a hilltop with 12 gauge
More than likely, it was a revenge killing by some meth heads.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36928794


I was thinking it was prolly Joe Biden. All he ever talks about is shotguns & laws...better check his schedule and see if he has an alibi during that time.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30462411


He probably has a house there by the off ramp and just fired his double barrel out the window as a warning. Didn't mean to hurt anybody.
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Give it an hour or two. The media will say it was a long rifle. The AR-15 Bushwacker which was the same type used in the Sandy Hook tragedy.
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I drove past that exit on the parkway a few hours before it happened. I was headed towards Etown Ky. Everywhere I went the following day it was all everyone was talking about. On the way back I saw at least 15 cop cars at the exit where he was ambushed. I'm curious to find out why this happened.
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Re: Bardstown, Kentucky police officer murdered in the line of duty. Ambushed from a hilltop with 12 gauge
More than likely, it was a revenge killing by some meth heads.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36928794


I was thinking it was prolly Joe Biden. All he ever talks about is shotguns & laws...better check his schedule and see if he has an alibi during that time.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30462411


He probably has a house there by the off ramp and just fired his double barrel out the window as a warning. Didn't mean to hurt anybody.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 40960219


Give it an hour or two. The media will say it was a long rifle. The AR-15 Bushwacker which was the same type used in the Sandy Hook tragedy.
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They could hand the case over to the detectives who investigated Dick Cheney's "incident" and they would call it a hunting accident and close the case.
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Re: Bardstown, Kentucky police officer murdered in the line of duty. Ambushed from a hilltop with 12 gauge
I drove past that exit on the parkway a few hours before it happened. I was headed towards Etown Ky. Everywhere I went the following day it was all everyone was talking about. On the way back I saw at least 15 cop cars at the exit where he was ambushed. I'm curious to find out why this happened.
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15 cop cars?? Whao wow weee...must have been a white cop!
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Re: Bardstown, Kentucky police officer murdered in the line of duty. Ambushed from a hilltop with 12 gauge
I drove past that exit on the parkway a few hours before it happened. I was headed towards Etown Ky. Everywhere I went the following day it was all everyone was talking about. On the way back I saw at least 15 cop cars at the exit where he was ambushed. I'm curious to find out why this happened.
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The perps could have been there at that time,waiting.
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I drove past that exit on the parkway a few hours before it happened. I was headed towards Etown Ky. Everywhere I went the following day it was all everyone was talking about. On the way back I saw at least 15 cop cars at the exit where he was ambushed. I'm curious to find out why this happened.
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The perps could have been there at that time,waiting.
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Yeah, that would be called an AMBUSH...like the title of this thread huh?

The perps could have used a 12 gauge too.
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OMG what a heart wrenching video tears are streaming verysad
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I know. He's been retired. He was given to the wife and his two sons, ages 6 and 7.

Been trying to find something nasty about him that would help explain why he was killed. He seems to be a good one. Too few good ones. Let's give him karma pin.
 Quoting: Nine's


Yes and prayers those little ones`will have the dog to comfort them
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Just read an update on this...
It was premeditated apparently.

Police: Officer Jason Ellis' murder was premeditated

Police say the shooting was an ambush and that Ellis was shot several times but never had time to respond or remove the gun from his holster.

"Someone planned this and someone planned to shoot somebody in that location at that exact time," Chaffins said.

Police believe Ellis' murder was premeditated because of the debris that was on Exit 34 Saturday morning. They say someone intentionally placed the debris on that stretch of roadway so that a driver would have to stop their car, get out and unknowingly become the target of the shooter.

Police are still not sure if Ellis was the intended target or if the shooter planned to shoot the first person to pick up the debris.

Officers say the fact that this act was so senseless and so random makes it that much harder to cope with the tragedy.

This was on wkyt.com news
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Man, that is terrible. What a sick fuck.
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sounds very similar to the way cops ambush people.probly a cop.
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OMG what a heart wrenching video tears are streaming verysad
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whatever

You're attaching yourself to tragedy for the purposes of appearing "sympathetic." But your sympathy seems to serve a dual purpose, and one of them is obvious...to keep your thread alive. You don't know this guy, nor do you have anything vested in him.

Empathy is one thing...but, you're taking things a bit too far.

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OMG what a heart wrenching video tears are streaming verysad
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whatever

You're attaching yourself to tragedy for the purposes of appearing "sympathetic." But your sympathy seems to serve a dual purpose, and one of them is obvious...to keep your thread alive. You don't know this guy, nor do you have anything vested in him.

Empathy is one thing...but, you're taking things a bit too far.

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What is wrong with crying for someone you don't know? This thread should stay alive, because anytime an officer is killed it is big news. If someone is capable of killing a police officer, they are a danger to all of society. My Dad happened to be a cop, most of my family and friends growing up were cops and cops kids. I was surrounded by cops and they are some of the greatest people in the world..everyone hates them until they need them. It is a job, these men do it because it pays well and provides a good stable career, retirement, and insurance. My Dad used to work in the sawmill, when he started to work for the California Highway Patrol we finally made ends meat. Most cops are not the whole "Kid who got bullied" that people portray them as..They are family men. RIP officer, I pray to the Good Lord above that this sicko who killed you is caught.

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