‘Hon, I got to go. I love you’: The final words hero sergeant told his wife before he rushed into California country bar to try and save lives and was hit multiple times by the gunman

Thursday, November 8, 2018
By Paul Martin

Ron Helus, 54, was speaking to his wife Karen just before hearing the shooting
Helus told her he had to ‘go on a call’ and then rushed to Borderline Bar & Grill
He was one of two officers first on the scene and rushed through the front door
The father-of-one was shot several times, died an hour later in a nearby hospital
Helus was a 29-year veteran and had been planning to retire in the next year

By ANNETA KONSTANTINIDES
DAILYMAIL.COM
8 November 2018

The hero sheriff’s sergeant who was killed after rushing in to try and save lives during a mass shooting at a California country bar had called his wife just minutes before his death.

Sgt Ron Helus, 54, of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office was speaking to his wife Karen when he received the call about a mass shooting at the Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks on Wednesday night.

‘He said, “Hon, I got to go, I love you. I gotta go on a call,’ Sheriff Geoff Dean told the Los Angeles Times.

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One Response to “‘Hon, I got to go. I love you’: The final words hero sergeant told his wife before he rushed into California country bar to try and save lives and was hit multiple times by the gunman”

  1. Strayhorse

    Antifa, MSM and the DNC are to blame for their violent rhetoric leading up to the midterm elections. God have mercy on their souls, and God less Ron Helus and his family.

    #3805504

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