Created on Tuesday, 03 June 2014 Written by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
CINCINNATI (AP) — Money that a Cincinnati restaurateur put toward a reward to help find a missing college student later found dead will go into a scholarship fund for the student's brother.
Jeff Ruby tells The Cincinnati Enquirer (http://bit.ly/1p3BABt ) that the $7,500 he put toward the reward to help find University of Cincinnati student Brogan Dulle (DUHL'-ee) will help pay for college for his brother Tim, who just graduated from high school and plans to attend UC.
A total of $20,000 was donated for the reward and hundreds of people helped search for Brogan Dulle, who police say had hanged himself in the basement of a building near his apartment. His body was found May 26.
It's not clear what will happen to the rest of the money. The Dulle family declined comment.