AROUND THE STATE DAYTON Police vow to find patrolman’s killer Police yesterday investigated the death of an off-duty policeman who was shot outside of his home on the city’s west side. “We will not stop until we find the person or persons responsible for this horrific act,” Dayton Police Chief Ronald Lowe said at a news conference. Lowe identified the victim as Kevin Brame, 31, a six-year veteran of the Dayton police force. Brame’s body was found Monday night near the front of his small brick home. He had been shot in the neck at “relatively close range,” according to Dayton police Lt. John Barnes. Barnes said he did not know whether Brame was shot because he was a policeman. No suspects have been identified or taken into custody, Lowe said. Brame, a patrolman, was married and had two sons. His father is a retired Dayton police detective.

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