Bell County Sheriff’s Deputy Adam Davis Dies
Bell County Sheriff's Deputy Adam Davis has died as a result of injuries sustained during a crash on Dec. 1.
Bell County Sheriff Eddy Lange made the announcement on Wednesday morning. “Rest assured,” Lange said, “there is one more angel out there watching your back," to fellow first responders listening via two-way radio.
The crash occurred on Dec. 1 when Adams, 36, was responding to reports of a man with a gun. Adams lost control of his patrol car around 9:15 p.m., rolling the vehicle several times on Farm-to-Market- Road 1237.
The call turned out to be "unfounded."
Adams was taken to Scott & White, where he was on life support until he passed early Wednesday morning.
A planned beneift for Adams' family is scheduled for Dec. 15 Via KWTX:
The Bell County Sheriff’s Department Foundation has organized a benefit for the fallen deputy's family from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Dec. 15 at Seaton Star Hall in Temple.
Tickets are $15 and children younger than 12 will be admitted free.
Meal tickets will be available for $5.
Country artists Brain Gowan, Darby Ledbetter and the Wild Horses Band will perform and Bell County Sheriff Eddy Lange will conduct a live auction at 4 p.m.
Donations for the family will be accepted during the benefit and may also be mailed to the Bell County Sheriff’s Department Foundation at PO Box 1563, Belton, 76513 or may be made by calling (254) 292-0922.
In addition, donations may be made to the Extraco Bank benefit account established for Deputy Davis.
The account is styled Norman Hubbard for the benefit of Adam Davis account number 20438917.