DEWEY BEACH, Del. (WJZ) — Country music star and Delaware native Jimmie Allen will hold a fundraiser for slain Delmar Police Cpl. Keith Heacook’s family.

Heacook was responding to a call for a fight at a home on the Maryland-Delaware line on April 25. That’s when officials said he was allegedly assaulted by 30-year-old Randon Wilkerson, who had also attacked an elderly couple.

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The couple is now recovering at home and Wilkerson has been charged with murder and assault. Heacook was taken to Shock Trauma, but he died a few days later.

Allen, a Milton, Delaware native who moved to Nashville, Tenn., said he just learned about Heacook’s death in a post on his personal Facebook page.

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“It’s a terrible situation. I’m definitely keeping his family and friends in my prayers,” Allen said.

Allen said he’s going to return to Delaware on May 10 to play a pop-acoustic show at the Bottle & Cork in Dewey Beach, Delaware around 7 p.m.

There will be a $10 charge at the door and all proceeds will benefit Heacook’s family.

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“So if you can come out and support — even if you can’t come to the show, if you want to stop by and make a donation — I’m sure the family will appreciate it,” he said.

CBS Baltimore Staff