Brame case reward to rise DAYTON -. Six months after someone killed off-duty Dayton police Officer Kevin Brame, police and community leaders are asking for contributions to a reward fund. The fund started in January now holds about $14,500, Maj. Mark Stusek said. About 40 ministers, city officials and civil rights leaders Tuesday asked citizens to donate $15,000 more. “We must find this killer,” Jessie 0. Gooding, president of the Dayton chapter of the NAACP, said Tuesday at Mount Carmel Baptist Church on Dayton-Liberty Road. Brame, 31, was shot Nov. 1. He had just returned his house at 624 Cherry Drive. Police have leads, but not enough information to charge anyone, Stusek said. Anyone with information about Brame’s slaying is asked to call detectives at 333-1190 or Crime Stoppers at 222-7867. People can donate to the Kevin Brame Trust Fund at any Fifth Third branch.

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