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Saturday, May 25, 2013

A sad, sad day for our community



It is indeed a sad day for our community.
Jason Ellis, a young man serving on our local Police Force as a canine officer was shot and killed at 3 AM on his way home from work.
He was found when someone stopped and called the police from his cruiser.
 

He had been on the force since 2006.
Thank you Jason and our condolences to your family.
His wife and 2 children survive.

No witnesses, no clues yet.
Evil will not survive they will find his killer.

This is happening all over our county more and more.
I pray for his family and for our nation.

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12 comments:

Vee said...

It does seem as if evil is having a heyday. Our community was in the news yesterday. My thoughts go out to your area as this effects so many people...all of you really as one can easily begin to lose a sense of security.

Granny-Guru said...

My thoughts go out to your community and deepest sympathy to his family. We are all safer because our police put their lives on the line every day.

Ann said...

My heart aches for all of these tragedies that have come upon America in the last year. I will keep Jason's family in my thoughts. We need to get back to a sense of morality--I know now everyone believes this but it truly is the answer.
Ann

Elizabethd said...

How sad. It is happening in many countries, all of a sudden, In France, in England, just this week, two people were killed for no reason except that they were serving soldiers.

Kaye Swain said...

Joining with you in prayer!

J said...

I am so sorry about this tragedy. Our community has had two recent incidents - I knew the wife of one of the young officers. I wish I could say or do something that would help ease the pain, but of course there are no words.

Grandma Kc said...

It really is scary out there. It almost makes you want to stop watching the news as it is so depressing! I am sorry for your loss and a special thank you to all of the police officers that take care of all of us everyday.

La Petite Gallery said...

That's all I see on TV, the food problem, I am afraid to buy food, the Wall street Bums that never were
prosecuted,The bridges falling apart
because the money has vanished to repair them. It's in England and everywhere. GOD HELP US. I pray for
Okla. Love yvonne

La Petite Gallery said...

This is soo sad I have been thinking about this. Thought it would be on the news. yvonne

Makeiteasycrafts.blogspot.com said...

So sad to hear this! I hope they find the person responsible soon.

Kat Mortensen said...

Awful things happening around the world just now. I am so sad for so many. Evil is out there, no doubt about it!

Deanna said...

So very sorry about this death. Saddens me.