Crash kills Kennesaw Mountain high custodian
by Marietta Daily Journal Staff and staff reports
September 20, 2012 11:00 AM | 10803 views | 8 8 comments | 15 15 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Police say John S. Bryan, 51, was killed by a drunk driver after he left the school when his shift ended Wednesday night.
Police say John S. Bryan, 51, was killed by a drunk driver after he left the school when his shift ended Wednesday night.
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Keven T. Inman
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WEST COBB — A DUI crash late Wednesday killed one man and left another in custody, authorities said.

Cobb Police say that about 11 p.m. Wednesday night, Keven T. Inman, 29, ran his Suzuki Forenza into the back of a Saturn SW2 driven by John S. Bryan. Both were headed south on Kennesaw Due West Road near Grant Circle, which is just south of Kennesaw Mountain High School, according to police.

Bryan, 51, of Powder Springs, was later pronounced dead at WellStar Kennestone Hospital. He was a custodian at the high school.

Keven Inman and his passenger, Kelven Inman, 28, were both also taken to Kennestone.

Keven Inman is being held without bond at Cobb Jail on charges of DUI, vehicular homicide, serious injury by vehicle and other charges.

Kelven Inman was treated and released from Kennestone.

Police identified both Inmans as being from Wellington, Fla., though Keven Inman’s jail book-in sheet lists his address as Scarlett Lane in Kennesaw.

Cobb Police can be reached at (770) 499-3987.

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B Ray Johnson
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October 08, 2012
This is a lose-lose story and really sad. Society loses someone who contributed so much work, time and effort, and also we all now have to pay for the long-term incarceration of his killer. I suppose even worse is that we have lost the future promise that this young man had to offer too. Whew.
Kathryn Ollis
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September 24, 2012
I have known Steve Bryan for many years. I used to go to church with him when his son matt was a small boy. This family has seen enough tragedy. His son Matt died last year. His wife is battling cancer. I reaquainted with Steve on Facebook. Despite his tragedies, he was a hard worker. He gave me alot of advice, was always kind, and he always cheered me up when I was down. This is so senseless, so very senseless. There are alot of people who loved this man.
So Sad
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September 23, 2012
Steve was an amazing man who worked so hard to provide for his family. He did not deserve this. I hope that the guy gets the most allowed by law and that the bar that was serving him also gets something.
anonymous
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September 21, 2012
Wow, so few comments about this tragedy. So may about the dog shooting. So folks, what about our society, huh?
anonymous
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September 23, 2012
Excellent point.
Iagree2
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September 23, 2012
So true!
MADD2012
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September 21, 2012
The county now allows drinking at shooting ranges? Seems to me drinking should be done at home if at all to prevent these types of deaths. So sad.
Just Awful
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September 21, 2012
So sad to hear about this man's death and all that family has been through. Further proof that there needs to be tougher laws against these idiots that continue to drink and drive. It's just unacceptable!
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