A haunting memory Today would have been the 39th birthday of Dayton police officer Kevin Brame had he not been ambushed, shot down and killed on Nov. 1, 1999, at the age of 31. The crime is still being investigated by the Dayton cold case squad, who hope there will be a break. Officer Brame was shot from behind outside 624 Cherry Drive in Dayton, the home of his estranged wife, Carla Brame. He was off duty and had just dropped off his two young sons when shots rang out and he fell dead in the driveway. In an open letter to their son which they placed in Sunday’s Dayton Daily News, the parents, Rosemary and Gerald Brame, had these words:

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