NC Shooting : Hendersonville Deputy Ryan Hendrix Killed by Robert Ray Doss Jr.
A western North Carolina deputy died from injuries Thursday afternoon following an early morning shootout that left the gunman dead.
The Henderson County Sheriff’s Department announced Ryan Hendrix, 35, died after being shot in the face, according to a statement posted online on September. 11, 2020 by ABC 11
— Scott Charles (@TheScottCharles) September 11, 2020
JUST IN: Sheriff Griffin identified the name of the injured deputy.
This is Ryan Hendrix. He is still in critical condition. He’s a Marine veteran with two children and was supposed to be married next month. He’s an 8 year veteran of the department. @WLOS_13 pic.twitter.com/5lMNPtEGeY
— Stephanie Santostasi (@TVReporterSteph) September 10, 2020
Deputy Ryan Hendricks from Hendersonville, NC was shot early this morning while responding to a call of two neighbors shooting at one another around 0200/2AM. The Suspect who shot him is dead, but Deputy Hendrix is in critical condition. @StuBishop_LPD Please share and pray pic.twitter.com/s7UkJuOWA4
— Austin Rosario (@AustinRRosario) September 10, 2020
BREAKING: Authorities confirm, Henderson County Deputy Ryan Hendrix has died from his injuries. The family confirmed to the sheriff’s office he died just before 1 this afternoon.
— WLOS (@WLOS_13) September 10, 2020
My Condolences To The Family And Friends of #FallenHero Deputy Sheriff #RyanHendrix #EOW 10Sep2020#NeverForgotten #AllGaveSomeAndSomeGaveAll #BlueLivesMatter #AllLivesMatter #EnoughIsEnough pic.twitter.com/og5Dkp6fkf
— Chicago’s Finest👮🏻 (@ChicagoPD19) September 10, 2020
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family, friends and colleagues of @SheriffHCSO Deputy Sheriff Ryan Hendrix who was shot and killed in the line of duty. May God grant him eternal peace. #NeverForget pic.twitter.com/fTcxGkSi5t
— NYPD Chaplains Unit (@NYPDchaplains) September 11, 2020
The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
Honoring Henderson County, North Carolina, Sheriff’s Office Deputy Sheriff Ryan Hendrix, died September 10, 2020, when he was
shot while responding to a vehicle tampering and shooting call. Deputy Hendrix was a #USMC veteran. Honor him so he is not forgotten. pic.twitter.com/SyrLTGBunx
— Steve Wightman (@stevewightman1) September 10, 2020
The Garner Police Department and the entire law enforcement community are grieving the tragic death of Deputy Ryan Hendrix of the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office, Hendersonville North Carolina.
Our officers will shroud their badges to honor Deputy Hendrix. https://t.co/gpkkNNoE2a
— Garner Police (@GarnerPolice) September 11, 2020
Blessed are the peace makers for they will be called sons of God. You served others before yourself and God honors that. Rest In Peace with the Lord. Thank you for your service, may God comfort, give your family peace and strength to go forth.
Leila Romero wrote
Rest In Peace, Sir! 🇺🇸 Thank you for your excellent service.
Our deepest sympathy to the families of Deputy Ryan Hendrix
From Emerald City Seattle.
Saundra Dixon wrote
Rest in peace young man God bless your soul Prayers for the family Thankyou for your services
Kandy Rick Cooper wrote
Thank for his service an be praying for the family loss of her husband
Clara Brown wrote
My condolences to the family, friends, coworkers, and to his community for his dedication and his service. May you R.I.P. Deputy Ryan Hendrix
Wilton Lewis wrote
R.i.p and RISE IN GLORY. You have done well good and faithfull servant. May the almighty keep watch over your family. Keep them safe.
Billy Lenton wrote
You have my my deepest apologies because I can’t describe how you feel and I believe your hausband was doing what he loved again I apologise and may God bless you and your family and keep you in his mighty Arms
DeVonae Wallace wrote
This is sad. Thank you for all that you have done while here on earth. May the Heavens open up and welcome you with open arms. May your image go untarnished by those with hate for people who wear that uniform. And may the All Mighty watch over your family and give them strength through this dark time.
Adrian Chum Jones wrote
When I say Thank you, I mean it from the bottom of my heart. Thank you so much for your service, and I wish nothing but comfort for your family and close friends.