|Source: Tribuna de San Luis, 14 Jun 2015.|
Calles clearly made some enemies during his time in San Luis. On 13 May 1920, Carlos Calles was shot and killed at San Luis when his station was seized during the Mexican Revolution.
|Bisbee Daily Review, 14 May 1920.|
|Arizona Daily Star, 30 May 1920|
The Tombstone Weekly Epitaph reported two of the six alleged murders of Carlos Calles were captured and imprisoned in August 1920.
Today there is a street named after Carlos Gomez Calles (Avenida Carlos G. Calles), it is the main road running along the border between San Luis Rio Colorado, Sonora on the US border with San Luis, Arizona. Anyone driving between the US and Mexico at San Luis today crosses this road.
Captain Calles is buried with his wife, Mary Flynn Calles, in Holy Hope Cemetery in Tucson, Arizona.
|Source: Findagrave, photo by K.|