Nov 2

Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl Comments on The Murder of Officer Kevin Brame

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Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl comments on the November 1, 1999, murder of Dayton Police Officer Kevin Brame, and pleads for assistance from the community in helping to solve the crime. Officer Brame was shot from behind in the late evening hour outside his childrens’ home in Dayton. The murder remains a Cold Case. Law enforcement agencies are offering up to a $100,000 Reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of suspect(s) involved in the crime.

Please call the Miami Valley Crime Stoppers at 937-222-STOP to share information about the murder of Officer Brame. Your call can remain anonymous.

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About Justice For Kevin

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. is organized by the family and friends of Kevin, in cooperation with the Dayton Police Department and other law enforcement agencies to collate facts of the case, news articles, and information about Kevin's life to help bring justice to the killer(s). No killing is without witnesses. People talk. With your help and support, we WILL solve this Cold Case.

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