AVON, Cache County — A veteran Cache County Sheriff’s deputy died Saturday night time from injuries ensuing from the rollover of a utility process car in the Paradise Dry Canyon space.
The deputy was recognized as Lt. Brian Locke, a longtime employee of the Cache County Sheriff’s Office, based on the Utah Peace Officers Affiliation.
In accordance with a press release by the Cache County Sheriff’s Office, deputies and search and rescue staff members responded to an off-highway car accident about 8:forty five p.m. Saturday. The driving force was transported to Logan Regional Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.
Quite a few messages of tribute and condolence have been posted on social media following Locke’s dying.
Former Cache County Sheriff Lynn Nelson wrote, “Tragic lack of my close good friend, Brian Locke. He was an awesome pal and an ideal mentor to me. His perception, help, and friendship will tremendously be missed. Our prayers are together with his family.”
State Rep. Lee Perry, R-Perry, who’s a lieutenant in the Utah Freeway Patrol and part commander for northern Utah added: “Brian shall be deeply missed in northern Utah regulation enforcement.”
In the meantime, the Utah Peace Officers Affiliation issued the next statement: “UPOA mourns the demise of considered one of our personal members of our board of directors. Brian Locke can be deeply missed. Godspeed pricey good friend!”
The Cache County Hearth District extended its “deepest condolences to Lt. Brian Locke’s household and to the Cache County Sheriff’s Office for the tragic lack of Lt. Locke. We’ll miss him.”
The close by Preston City (Idaho) Police Department issued this assertion: “Our thoughts and prayers are with the household of Lt. Brian Locke and our associates of the Cache County Sheriff’s Office. We mourn your loss with you.”