|Full Name||Reed Brazier|
|Main Affiliations||Daily Rag (employer)|
|game_1 = GTA V
|name = Reed Brazier
|status = Alive
|gender = M
|home = [[Los Santos in GTA V|Los Santos]]
|nationality = United States
|affiliations = [[Daily Rag]] (employer)
|occupation = News reporter
'''Reed Brazier''' is a character in the [[HD Universe]] who is mentioned in [[Grand Theft Auto V]].
Reed Brazier is, in [], a news reporter for the [[Daily Rag]] newspaper.
===Los Santos Transit Authority to shut streets?===
Los Santos Transit Authority to shut streets?
- After Father/Son
The Los Santos Transit Authority announced a 16 billion dollar project to install a network of streetcar rails throughout the city. "People love streetcars. They are in a lot of old movies, and you can jump on or off. And sometimes a woman gets on the streetcar in tears, and it starts to pull away, and then you chase after it, but it's too fast, and you never see her again. So you go to a boozy gin mill and pick up a floozy sitting next to you, secretly loathing her and yourself. We think this will be a big boost to tourism." City official Jack Ingram said. Others say that it's a massive waste of money in a town addicted to cars. Still others say they welcome the streetcars as something new to throw yourself in front of.
Nerds still stiff for stiff.
- After Friends Reunited
Murder nerds are still going crazy for Leonora Johnson, the beautiful starlet who was hacked to death nearly 40 years ago in a crime that has never been solved. The murder has long fascinated a section of Los Santos crime aficionados and recently some believe there may have been a breakthrough in the long cold case. A slip of the tongue from movie executive Ira Richards led some to believe that his grandfather, Vinewood legend David Richards may have destroyed a confession letter shortly before he died. Various people are still trying to find remnants of the letter and see who wrote it. Mr Richards now claims he was misquoted and that this is a non story but that hasn't put off amateur detectives who have long believed a Vinewood cover-up helped protect a powerful killer who may still walk among us.