A detective was called to investigate, the Dayton homicide squad responded and the police department said it asked the FBI for assistance.
The department said the investigation led to “several persons of interest” interviewed about Casey’s disappearance, and two were arrested on unrelated charges.
On Sept. 26, police were called to investigate human remains reported inside a Dayton garage on Fountain Avenue that had burned to the ground earlier that month in a fire considered to be suspicious. The remains were identified Oct. 12 as Casey by the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office.
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Later, Dayton Police Officer Timothy Liddy made a controversial social media post about Casey, saying in part that “Karama finally got Kwasi.” A screenshot of the post went viral in the community, and the officer resigned, citing personal health issues.
An indictment true bill filed in the case says that Reese’s alleged crimes took place between July 7 and Sept. 26.