New Developments in Officer Death Investigation

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Updated: 6/27/2013 6:49 pm
A Police dive team searched a pond Thursday afternoon, just a few hundred feet away from where Bardstown Police Officer Jason Ellis was ambushed and killed. Officers were searching the crime scene with a specialized canine unit in the search. When the dog led Police to the nearby pond, a Louisville Police Dive Team was called in to search for clues. Police say the search of the pond did not produce any information useful to their investigation.A reward for information leading to an arrest remains in effect.
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