“During the pursuit, they shot through their back window and they shot my husband. He lost control the car and it veered off… they turned around drove back and shot him some more…” said Jodi Moore. Profiles In Courage – Deputy Mason Moore Was Shot And Executed – Jodi Moore in this episode of the Law Enforcement Today Radio Show and Podcast.

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(From Jodi Moore facebook page. Profiles In Courage – Deputy Mason Moore Was Shot And Executed – Jodi Moore.)

Jodi Moore joins us to talk about the murder of  her husband, Deputy Mason Moore. He was shot by suspects from their vehicle during a pursuit, wounded he lost control of the police car. The suspects turned around, drove back and executed her husband. She talks about the murder and how this has inspired her charity work.

(Photo of crime scene from Bozeman Daily Chronicle. Profiles In Courage – Deputy Mason Moore Was Shot And Executed – Jodi Moore.)

According to the Bozeman Daily Chronicle, “Broadwater County sheriff’s Deputy Mason Moore, was shot and killed during a pursuit. He was a three-year veteran of the department. Lloyd Montier Barrus, 61, is in the Missoula County jail and scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday on suspicion of deliberate homicide. His son, Marshall Barrus, 39, of Gallatin County, was taken to a Missoula hospital after being shot by officers. ”

(Photos from Jodi Moore. Profiles In Courage – Deputy Mason Moore Was Shot And Executed – Jodi Moore.)

(Photo from Billings Gazette. Profiles In Courage – Deputy Mason Moore Was Shot And Executed – Jodi Moore.)

The suspect Marshall Barrus died as a result of injuries sustained in the gun fight with Law Enforcement Officers.

The murder of her husband inspired Jodi to start The Mason Moore Foundation. The Mason Moore foundation was created to show love and support of Law Enforcement Agencies in Montana.

The Mason Moore Foundation promotes and develops communication and understanding between the community and Law Enforcement and educates the public and state and local leaders about ways in which they can support Law Enforcement. The Foundation also provides grants to local law enforcement agencies to provide for programs or special equipment that may not be available through the standard governmental funding process.

(From Jodi Moore Facebook page. Profiles In Courage – Deputy Mason Moore Was Shot And Executed – Jodi Moore.)

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(Photos courtesy of Jodi Moore and The Bozeman Daily Chronicle, compiled by LET staff. Profiles In Courage – Deputy Mason Moore Was Shot And Executed – Jodi Moore.)

Please join us in thanking Jodi Moore for all that she does, and take a moment to keep her and their entire family in your thoughts. If you are able please consider making a donation to the Mason Moore Foundation.


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