Deputy Sheriff Brian Edward Hayden

Deputy Sheriff Brian Edward Hayden

Choctaw County Sheriff's Office, Oklahoma

End of Watch Thursday, April 19, 2012

Brian Edward Hayden

Deputy Sheriff Brian Hayden was killed when his patrol truck collided with another patrol car on US Highway 70 as the two responded to a shots fired call involving a third officer.

He and an officer from the Choctaw National Tribal Police were responding to the call at approximately 9:30 pm. As the two vehicles neared an intersection, Deputy Hayden began to turn left when his truck was struck by the patrol car, which was traveling behind him. Deputy Hayden's suffered fatal injuries and died at the scene. The tribal police officer suffered severe injuries and was flown to a hospital in Texas.

Deputy Hayden was a U.S. Air Force veteran. He had served with the Choctaw County Sheriff's Office for one year and had previously served with the Nicoma Park Police Department for 18 years. He is survived by his wife and four children.

Bio

  • Age 47
  • Tour 19 years
  • Badge 1206
  • Military Veteran

Incident Details

  • Cause Automobile crash

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Hey brother, Happy Thanksgiving in heaven. Miss you so much, miss all the great times we had together. Finally have decided to go hunting again. It's going to be odd and sad at the same time. I'll miss the laughs and times we had together in the woods as much as anything. It's been tough dealing with you being gone all these years brother. I still find myself breaking down in tears at the thought of it. There has been so many changes you would love it. Anyhow I miss and love you brother. I'll see you when I get there. You keep the beer cold and the stool open for me and we will have a cold one when that time comes.

Investigator J. Greene
Nicoma Park Police Department

November 23, 2017

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