DEPUTY NOAH CALDERON
BEXAR COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE
END OF WATCH AUGUST 12, 2020
The youngest deputy to be hired in Bexar County Sheriff’s Office history was killed along with his fiancee in a crash near Corpus Christi. Calderon was the top cadet in the BCSO Academy, setting several records. He was assigned to the Bexar County Jail Annex 3rd Detail. “As an agency, we mourn the loss of a great man and a brother in blue,”
Diana Rangel, who recently retired from Harlandale ISD, was Calderon's counselor at McCollum High School. Calderon was on the fast track, graduating in just 3 years. He would often come back to try to inspire other students.
"Noah was a wonderful student. He was intelligent, hard working and goal-oriented," she said. "Since graduation, Noah would come on campus to speak with our students taking criminal justice classes.
Calderon worked “soft security” at the entrance to the Bexar County Detention Center and was the “face” and the “future” of the agency. “He was absolutely going to run this agency one of these days. He was a leader, ” said Salazar.
“He wanted to follow in his dad’s footsteps, and I have no doubt he was going to rise through the ranks very, very quickly.”
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