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Concert Held in Honor of Beloved EPD Detective

Through the music he loved, the memory of a beloved Evansville Police Detective lives on.

Through the music he loved, the memory of a beloved Evansville Police Detective lives on.

The concert in honor of the late Evansville Police Detecive Nathan Schroer was held tonight in the Old North High School Auditorium. Before passing away from leukemia last month, Schroer started a Christian hip-hop label along with his best friend and fellow Detective Brian Turpin.

The rapper that opened tonight's concert, E2, was the first artist they signed to the label.

Turpin says music was just one of the many ways Schroer ministered to others.

"Nathan would have had a blast," Turpin said. "So many people have come up to Lindsay to offer their support. Nathan would have wanted people to enjoy the music and they are. You can hear them now!"

Donations were also taken to help support the wife and three children that Schroer leaves behind.

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