Roy Cooper Obituary, Death – In honor of Warren County Sheriff Deputy Jose Angel Deleon, who passed away in a vehicle accident while on duty over the past weekend, Governor Roy Cooper has issued an order mandating that the United States and North Carolina flags be lowered to the position of half-staff immediately and remain in that position until sunset on Friday, December 9. This order was issued in response to the tragic death of Deputy Deleon.
who was killed in a vehicle accident while on duty over the past weekend. The unfortunate death of Deputy Deleon, who was killed in a vehicle accident while on duty over the previous weekend, prompted the issuing of this directive as a response to the tragedy that occurred. This instruction is applicable to each and every one of the establishments that are owned or operated by the state of North Carolina. On June 15, 2021, after having been hired by the Warren County Sheriff’s Office.
Deputy Deleon started working for the department in question. This day marks the beginning of his employment with the agency. This was the first day that he worked at the company.
This is a copy of a proclamation that Governor Roy Cooper has issued, which states the following in its entirety as follows: “Our thoughts and prayers are with Deputy Jose Deleon’s family, friends, and coworkers at the Warren County Sheriff’s Office. Deputy Deleon served with the agency for many years.
Deputy Deleon passed away over the weekend as a result of the injuries he sustained in a car accident that occurred while he was on duty serving the community and protecting its citizens. The accident took place while he was driving in his patrol car. The occurrence of the incident took place during the course of the weekend. We are grateful that he is still here with us, as well as for the police officers who daily put their lives on the line to protect us from harm.”