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Kentucky / Officer Death #1055238

CBS Evening News for Monday, May 27, 2013
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) Report introduced.

(Dallas: Anna Werner) The search for a killer who ambushed Bardstown, Kentucky police officer Jason Ellis at an exit ramp on the Bluegrass Parkway featured; scenes shown from the site; photos shown of officers killed this year, including 2 from Santa Cruz, California, and MIT campus officer Sean Collier; dashboard camera video showing Texas Deputy James Boyd being shot. [Bardstown police Chief Rick McCUBBIN††- says we won’t give up until we have him in custody or in the front sight of our weapons.] [State Trooper Norman CHAFFINS††- notes they are not certain who was the target.]

Glor, Jeff;
Werner, Anna

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