Deputy Sheriff
Jacob Daniel Calvin
Tipton County Sheriff's Department
Saturday, June 28, 2014

Age: 31
Served: 2 years, 6 months
Badge #: 80-14
Panel 62W, Line 29 (2015)
Included (2014)

Incident Details

Cause of Death:
Automobile accident
Date/Time of Incident:
Saturday, June 28, 2014
09:50 pm
Incident to Death Duration:
Same day
Incident Location:
County Road 300 West near County Road 300 South
Incident County:
Tipton
Incident Township:
Cicero
Weapon Used:
None
Suspect Disposition:
None
Burial Place:
Maple Lawn Cemetery, Flora

   Deputy Jacob Calvin was killed in a single-vehicle accident while responding to another accident near State Road 28 and County Road 500 West.

   As he was traveling northbound on County Road 300 West, his squad car veered off the road for an unknown reason near County Road 300 South. His vehicle rolled several times before coming to rest about 100 yards from the roadway.

   Deputy Calvin, who was not wearing a seat belt at the time, was ejected from his squad car. He was taken to IU Health Tipton Hospital where he later died from his injuries.

   He had served with Kempton Fire and Rescue as a volunteer firefighter and emergency medical technician.

   Deputy Calvin was survived by his fiancée, Samantha Hawkins; brother, Luke (Lea Andria); stepsister, Victoria Visser; stepbrother, Zach Visser; parents, Dan (Karla) Calvin and Penny (John) Williams Visser; and grandparents, Robert and Anna Marie Calvin, and Richard and LaVerne VonAhrens.

   In 2018, the bridge on State Road 28 over U.S. 31 was dedicated the Deputy Jacob Calvin Memorial Bridge in his honor.

  

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United States Air Force
Iraq War

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Deputy Sheriff Calvin was the first of four Indiana law enforcement officers killed in 2014, the first line of duty death of the Tipton County Sheriff's Department and the only one occurring in Tipton County.


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