Details in slaying sought Memorial honors slain Dayton officer as police seek clues DAYTON Daily News DAYTON — Dayton Lt. John Barnes, commander of the city’s central investigations bureau, led a prayer at the Kevin Brame memorial service on Friday. “It’s troublesome to me that this case is still open,” Dayton Police Chief William P. McManus said after the service. “I understand it’s a very difficult case. If you have any information, anything at all, call the police.” Brame. 31. was off duty when he was shot in the neck as he left 624 Cherry Drive on Nov. 1, 1999, after dropping off his two young sons with his estranged wife. Brame had been with the Day- ton Police Department six years. RON ALVEY/DAYTON DAILY NEWS DAYTON LT. JOHN BARNES joins in a memorial service with Rosemary (left to right) and Gerald Brame, Kevin Brame’s parents, and Margaret Peters, an aunt of the slain police officer. The vigil was held in front of the A reward fund has been estab- Victims of Crime Memorial at the lished for information that will Dayton-Montgomery County lead to an arrest and conviction. Courts Building, 301 W. Third St. Anyone with information about the slaying is asked to contact Sgt. Gary White at 333-1190, Detective Gary Dunsky at 333-1178 or Crime Stoppers at-222-STOP.

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