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From 1996 to 2012, more than 900 law enforcement officers were intentionally killed, according to the FBI. territory of Puerto Rico, the FBI said.
Bardstown residents came together this week for a ceremony remembering the man known as a tough, dedicated officer with a soft side, especially for children.
BARDSTOWN, Ky. (AP) After a late night shift, officer Jason Ellis was driving home when he had to pull his marked police cruiser over on a highway exit ramp and remove tree limbs blocking the road. Nearly all of the more than 900 officer killings during the last two decades have been solved, according to the FBI. They won't say whether anything was taken, or if the debris put in the road was intended to stop Ellis, any officer or just a random car.
Police questioned people arrested by Ellis, a K 9 officer, and investigators asked residents to contact them if they had trees trimmed or removed from their property around the time of the slaying.
Tips have poured in and police dangled about $200,000 in reward money and billboards publicized the case, but there have been no major breaks in the case.
One reason behind the high success rate is the constant communication between officers and dispatchers, said Bill Doerner, a criminal justice professor at Florida State University.
Death of ambushed Kentucky lawman unsolved year later
In Bardstown, a town of some 12,000 about 40 miles southeast of Louisville, shops lining the quaint downtown still display pictures of Ellis, along with inscriptions referring to him as a hero.
"To us, it looks like an ambush, somebody that put some thought into it," he said. "So it's going to take some thought on our part to figure out who that person or people were."
"No one called anything in, nor did he call out on anything," said Bardstown Police Chief Rick McCubbin. "It was as routine and ordinary as it comes."
Since Ellis' death, his canine partner, Figo, was retired from police work and is living with Ellis' family.
let alone a year."
In another unsolved case, a police officer in Maywood, Illinois, was shot multiple times as he sat in his vehicle on a residential street in 2006.
"Criminals sometimes make mistakes," Talley said. "We're waiting for that one lead."
Wood's grieving colleagues got their arms tattooed with Wood's badge number. As the years passed, hope for catching his killer hasn't faded.
The lack of an arrest is frustrating, but investigators remain confident they'll solve the case, said Jeff Gregory, a state police spokesman in the Elizabethtown post. An investigator is assigned to the case full time, Gregory said.
In a statement, Ellis' widow, Amy, thanked the community for its "unending" support. She recalled a time when she didn't think she could make it "through my next breath, Nike Air Max Kids 2016
During drug raids where children were present, Ellis "would be the first one, after we were secured, to start comforting kids, to get down and talk to them," said Bardstown police Capt. Tom Roby. "You could always count on that."
In this Thursday, May 30, 2013, photo, United States flags line the route of the funeral procession of Bardstown, Ky. Officer Jason Ellis during his funeral service The shocking murder of the ex minor league baseball player and father of two young boys still haunts Ellis' colleagues and the town of about 12,000 in Kentucky's bourbon country. In the ensuing months, tips poured in, police dangled about $200,000 in reward money and billboards publicized the case. (AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley, File)
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"An officer on a traffic stop has already radioed in the location of the stop, tag and vehicle description," he said. "Similarly, officers who are attacked after they have responded to a call . have already advised dispatch that they are on scene."
The makeshift memorials to Ellis on display in shop windows are "the community's Air Max 2016 Blue Green way of telling whoever is involved, we're not going to forget," he said.
Ellis and other law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty during the past year were remembered at a candlelight vigil Tuesday night in Washington, and at another ceremony Thursday.
Valdimir Talley, police chief of the western suburb of Chicago, believes Tom Wood's killing was linked to his work on drug cases.
McCubbin, the town's police chief, thinks someone in the Bardstown area had a hand in the slaying.
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