A Huntsville concert intended to celebrate the life and career of country music legend George Jones also benefited the family of a police officer shot and killed in the line of duty in March as well as another officer critically wounded in the same shooting.

Nancy Jones, widow of George Jones, presented a check for more than $80,000 to Huntsville police Chief Kirk Giles on Wednesday. Giles accepted the donation on behalf of the family of Garrett Crumby, who died hours after the shooting on March 28, as well as Albert Morin, who spent more than two weeks in the hospital after the shooting. Huntsville police announced earlier this month that Morin had returned to “light duty” at the department.

Crumby and Morin were responding to a “shots fired” call at an apartment complex on Governors House Drive when the shooting took place.

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