Vigil to mark Brame slaying| Tags: Dayton Daily News
VIGIL TO MARK BRAME SLAYING Brame was 31. The vigil, also offered to continue public awareness to find in formation to solve the case, will DAYTON — The public is in- ‘. begin at 2 p.m. in front of the Vicvited to a memorial vigil Friday tims of Crime Memorial at the to mark the third anniversary of Dayton-Montgomery County the unsolved slaying of Dayton Courts Building, 301 W. Third St. police Officer Kevin Brame. A reward fund has been estabBrame, with the Dayton Police lished for information that will Department six years, was off du lead to an arrest and conviction. ty when he was shot in the neck Anyone with information is as he left 624 Cherry Drive on : asked to contact Sgt. Gary White Nov. 1, 1999, after dropping off at 333-1190, Detective Gary his two young sons with his es Dunskyat 333-1178 or tranged wife. Crimestoppers at 222-STOP.
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