Monday, May 24, 2010

Deputy Adrian S. Aguilar

Deputy Sheriff Adrian Salazar Aguilar
Bexar County Sheriff's Department, TX
Born: May 21, 1964
Cause of Death: Gunfire
End of Watch: Sunday, June 30, 1985
Date of Incident: Sunday, June 30, 1985
Age: 21
Badge Number:
Tour of Duty: 3 months
Suspect Info: Never identified
Weapon Used: Gun; Unknown type
Buried: San Fernando Cemetery #2
Location of Name on National and Texas Monuments
NLEOMF: P37 - E11
TPOM: 22, C, 15

Deputy Aguilar died as the result of a gunshot wound on June 30, 1985. Deputy Aguilar was returning to the Bexar County Jail from University Hospital where he had been assigned to guard a hospitalized prisoner. He had been notified to return to the jail, and was in the process of exiting Interstate 10 at Santa Rosa Street, when he was shot by an assailant from the passenger side of a passing automobile. Deputy Aguilar, 21, was dressed in his uniform and driving his personal vehicle. He was found with a gunshot wound to his back. He died several hours later after being taken to Brooks Army Medical Center. There were no witnesses to the crime, and the death of Deputy Aguilar has never been solved. It is unknown if weather there is a relationship between Deputy Aguilar's guard assignment and the shooting. The case remains open. Anyone with any information should contact the Bexar County Sheriffs Office at (210) 335-6000.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Evelyn Aguilar, and young son, Adrian Jason Aguilar.

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