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Nickels, Dimes, and the Night Stalker

July 1, 2013
The romantic in me would like to believe that America would want to take care of those who take care of it. But I am increasingly of the opinion that it doesn't; moreover, it doesn't want to.

In Praise of Straight-Shooting Brass

June 19, 2013
"I suspect the only reason 110 rounds was all that was fired was that's all the ammunition they had," Sheriff Grady Judd responded. "We were not going to take any chance of him shooting back."

Letter Threatens Harm to 'More' Ky. Officers

June 11, 2013
The Kentucky State Police asked for FBI investigative assistance after the Bardstown PD's chief received a threatening letter alluding to more officer deaths following the ambush of Officer Jason Ellis.

Bardstown Police Memorial

June 7, 2013

Hundreds of law enforcement officers paid their respects to fallen Bardstown (Ky.) Police Officer Jason Ellis on May 30 during a memorial service. Officer Ellis' K-9, Figo, also paid his respects, keeping a vigil and resting his paw on the officer's casket. Read the full story here. Photos by Wales Hunter.

Ky. K-9 Pays Respects To Fallen Handler

June 3, 2013
Bardstown (Ky.) Police Officer Jason Ellis was laid to rest Thursday after a funeral service that drew hundreds of law enforcement officers from surrounding states.

State Police: Ky. Officer's Killing Premeditated

May 27, 2013
Bardstown (Ky.) Police Officer Jason Ellis was fatally shot early Saturday morning as he removed debris that had been intentionally placed on an exit ramp of the Blue Grass Parkway as part of a murder plot, the Kentucky State Police said Sunday.
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