Archive of: News Coverage

  1. WDTN “Still No Answers” on 6-Year Murder Anniversary posted November 1, 2005

    Local Dayton affiliate WDTN-TV anchor Mark Allan and co-anchor Coleen Sullivan introduce a segment by reporter Rodney Duncan. Duncan interviews Kevin’s parents, who are still grieving and searching for answers and justice for their murdered son. Republished with permission WDTN-TV Dayton

  2. Vigil Renews Call to Find Killer posted October 31, 2005

    Brame kin mark anniversary of officer’s death Ben Sutherly, Dayton Daily News Oct. 31, 2005 DAYTON — Frustrated family members and friends of Kevin Brame called for justice during a candlelight vigil and rally Sunday, the eve of the sixth anniversary of the Dayton police officer’s death. “It is an abomination, it is an outrage [...]

  3. CDTN Covers 5-Year Murder Anniversary at Commission Meeting posted November 10, 2004

    CDTN (City of Dayton Television Network) – Business owner Jerry Rieman decries the lack of an arrest 2 years after his first appearance before the commission. Police Chief Julian Davis responds, saying when he came in 2002 he was surprised the Brame murder case wasn’t solved, that when someone kills a police officer, they’re killing [...]

  4. WHIO Coverage of 5th Anniversary of Officer Brame’s Murder posted November 1, 2004

    Local Dayton affiliate WHIO-TV anchor woman Donna Jordan and reporter Rebecca Combs report on the fifth anniversary of Officer Kevin Brame’s murder. Republished with permission from WHIO-TV Dayton.

  5. WDTN Coverage of 5th Anniversary of Officer Brame’s Murder posted November 1, 2004

    Local Dayton affiliate WDTN-TV anchor Mark Allan and co-anchor Coleen Sullivan introduce a segment by reporter Kristi Piehl on the status and progress of the investigation into the murder of Officer Kevin Brame five years ago. Republished with permission from WDTN-TV Dayton.

  6. ‘We Deserve Answers’ posted June 16, 2003

    Two detectives go full-time to solve 3 1/2-year-old slaying of Dayton police officer Lou Grieco, Dayton Daily News Jun. 16, 2003 DAYTON – Rosemary Brame prayed during the seven-minute drive from her home on Athens Avenue to 624 Cherry Drive, where her son Kevin had moved out weeks earlier, and where his estranged wife, Carla, [...]

  7. WDTN Introduces Member of a New Cold Case Squad posted June 16, 2003

    Local affiliate WDTN-TV anchor Mark Allen presents “Cracking the Case”, a segment by reporter Jaciel Cordoba announcing the establishment of a Cold Case Squad. Lt. John Huber states “We probably needed to do this some time ago… I don’t think we did them [the Brame family] a good service and we’re trying to rectify that.”

  8. WDTN Coverage of “Raising the Reward” to $100,000 posted December 11, 2002

    Local Dayton affiliate WDTN-TV anchor Mark Allan and newsman Jaciel Cordoba cover a press conference called by Chief William McManus to announce a drive to increase the reward fund from $25,000 to $100,000 for the conviction of the Officer Brame’s killer. Republished with permission from WDTN-TV Dayton.

  9. WDTN’s Mark Allan Special Report “Call for Justice” posted November 1, 2002

    Local Dayton affiliate WDTN-TV anchor Mark Allan presents a Special Report, “Call for Justice”, on the 3rd anniversary of Officer Brame’s murder. The special includes interviews with Sgt. Gary White, DPD homicide detective, and Kevin’s parents. Detective Julie Swisher, who was one of the first officers on the scene the night of Kevin’s murder recalls [...]

  10. CDTN Covers 3-Year Murder Anniversary at Commission Meeting posted October 2, 2002

    CDTN (City of Dayton Television Network) – Citizens angry over the apparent lack of urgency and movement in solving the murder of Dayton police officer Kevin Brame address the city commission and officials.

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ON NOVEMBER 1, 1999, Dayton police officer Kevin Brame was shot and killed by a coward approaching from behind in the front yard of his estranged wife's home. Officer Brame was off-duty -- but armed with his service pistol -- and returning his kids from a birthday celebration for their grandfather. After 11 years, the killer is still at large and walking the streets waiting to harm others. When those risking their lives every day to protect us are victims of murder, no one in our community is safe.

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