Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl pleads for assistance in solving the murder of Dayton Police Officer Kevin Brame. Brame was ambushed in front of his childrens' home, shot, and killed on November 1, 1999. The case remains unsolved and your help is needed.Watch Video
Dayton Police Officer Kevin Brame courageously protected and served the community he lived in, the same streets that took his life on November 1, 1999. The case remains unsolved and the killer is still at large. Learn more about Kevin's life and the lives he touched.
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LOCAL TELEVISION NEWS COVERAGE
Local TV affiliates in the Dayton have covered the unsolved murder case of officer Kevin Brame for the past 11 years. Working with local print, television, and radio, the family of officer Brame and law enforcement agencies use media coverage to bring awareness to the case and help encourage people to come forward with information. See the latest coverage by following the link.
Rosemary Peters Brame, mother of Dayton Police Officer Kevin Brame, has a personal message for the community at-large and law enforcement agencies both locally and nationally. Officer Brame protected others, and now it's time the Dayton community protects justice. Please read her open letter to the public.
Law enforcement agencies and organizations involved in the case of officer Kevin Brame are seeking your help! Any information, even information that may seem trivial, can provide the missing link in solving this murder. If your tips lead to the arrest or conviction of person(s) involved in the death of officer Brame, you may receive a cash reward of up to $100,000!
Help us get the attention of America's Most Wanted TV to bring attention to this unsolved murder. If we cannot even apprehend cop killers, how can any of us feel safe? Follow our link and e-mail the producers, voicing your strong support of our cold case and the national attention it deserves. You may also call AMW at +1 800.CRIME.TV