Widow of Fort Bend County deputy constable speaks about life without of husband, Caleb Rule
Deputy Constable Caleb Rule will forever be remembered as a dedicated husband and loving father whose mission in life was to serve and protect. Eden Rule said the death of her husband has taken a toll on their family. The two started dating high in high school in what she called a fairy tale romance. “His laugh was contagious because you were laughing at him and then you’d join in with the laughter,” said Rule. I obviously have to be the voice for my husband and give him justice if justice is deemed worthy and necessary but I still have to hope the best for both sides,” Rule said.
Former Fort Bend County sheriff’s deputy charged in death of deputy constable
HOUSTON – A former Fort Bend County sheriff’s deputy has been charged with criminal negligent homicide in the shooting death of a 37-year-old deputy constable in the Sienna Plantation area of Missouri City in May. Chadwick Devin McRae, 49, of Stafford, is charged in the death of Caleb Rule, records show. The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office released a statement about McRae, saying he was terminated following an internal investigation due to violation of the office’s Use of Force Policy as it related to Rule’s death. “This situation is tragic,” Fort Bend County District Attorney Brian M. Middleton said. And the death of Deputy Rule, who was on duty serving his community at the time of his death, is an unbearable loss for his wife, children, and extended family.”The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office referred questions to the Texas Rangers, as the lead investigative agency, and the Fort Bend County District Attorney’s Office.
Final goodbye Fort Bend deputy constable Caleb Rule killed by friendly fire
Fort Bend County Precinct 4 Deputy Constable Caleb Rule died last Friday when he was mistakenly shot by a Fort Bend County Sheriffs Deputy. Deputy Constable Rule touched the hearts of so many. Deputy Rule, theres just no easy way to describe him. He was a great officer, a great family man, said Chief Deputy John Hermann with Fort Bend County Precinct 4. There was a 21 gun salute, the playing of taps with a flyover from a Fort Bend County helicopter.
Funeral for Fort Bend County deputy constable killed by friendly fire will happen Thursday
NEEDVILLE, Texas – The funeral for a Fort Bend County deputy constable who was killed by friendly fire last week has been scheduled for Thursday. Officials said Fort Bend County Precinct 4 Deputy Constable Caleb Rule was shot in the chest Friday by a Fort Bend County sheriff’s deputy after the deputy mistook Rule for an intruder while they were searching a home. According to a tweet posted Tuesday morning, Rule’s funeral will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Carmel Church at 2405 Richmond Street in Needville. The funeral is only open to family and law enforcement. A public visitation for Rule will be held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Carmel Church.
“I can feel him hugging me," wife remembers Fort Bend County deputy constable Caleb Rule who died in friendly fire
SUGAR LAND – A candlelight vigil was held Sunday in memory of Fort Bend County Precinct 4 Deputy Constable Caleb Rule. The 37-year-old husband and father of four was killed Friday in a tragic case of friendly fire. “It was a phone call I never wanted to receive a little after 2 a.m. this past Friday,” said Precinct 4 Constable Trever Nehls. “I can feel him hugging me, an incredible feeling; an incredible feeling. I ask you all, in honor of my beautiful husband, Caleb Daniel Rule, do good.”
Who was Caleb Rule, the Fort Bend County Precinct 4 deputy constable killed by friendly fire?
SIENNA PLANTATION, Texas – Fort Bend County Precinct 4 Deputy Constable Caleb Rule was shot and killed Friday in a friendly-fire incident while responding to a call, according to investigators. The deputy constable is survived by his wife and four children ages 13 to 18, officials said. His eldest daughter was set to graduate Friday night, according to Constable Trever Nehls. “I would say that was one of the key trademarks of Deputy Rule,” Trever Nehls said. “His engagement and love for the community he served.”Update on deputy constable's death Update on the death of Fort Bend County Deputy Constable Caleb Rule.
Fort Bend County Precinct 4 deputy constable killed by friendly fire from sheriff’s deputy, officials say
SIENNA PLANTATION, Texas – A deputy constable has died after a Fort Bend County sheriff’s deputy accidentally shot him in the Sienna Plantation area of Missouri City Friday, officials said. Officials said the incident happened at around 1:40 a.m. at a home in the 3900 block of Chestnut Bend. According to authorities, the deputy with Fort Bend Sheriff’s Office and a deputy with the Fort Bend Precinct 4 Constable’s Office were clearing a house together when the FBCSO deputy accidentally shot the deputy from the constable’s office. Officials said they received a call for a vacant property check-in at Sienna Plantation after a neighbor called and said she saw someone running down the street, though it was suspicious. Nehls said one point of the investigation will be what type of communication there was between Rule and the sheriff’s deputies.