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Monday, August 30, 2004

Associated Press

MARIETTA, Ga. - A drunken driver hit a telephone pole support wire that decapitated his passenger, then drove 12 miles home and slept in his bloody clothes, leaving the headless body in his truck, police said.

A neighbor walking with his young daughter Sunday morning discovered Daniel Brohm's headless corpse in the truck in John Kemper Hutcherson's driveway and called authorities, said Cpl. Dana Pierce, county police spokesman.

Officers found Hutcherson asleep inside his home. He was visibly drunk and his clothes were bloody, authorities said. They later found Brohm's severed head at the crash site.

"It's hard for one to imagine that you would drive miles from a crash site to your home, turning in various directions, and yet not know what has happened to a passenger sitting next to you," Pierce said.

Hutcherson, 21, was charged with vehicular homicide, driving under the influence and failure to stop at an accident with death or injury. He was jailed on a $100,000 bond; it was unclear Monday whether he had an attorney.

Police said Hutcherson and Brohm - friends since high school - were drinking at a bar Saturday night and left after Brohm said he felt sick.

Brohm, 23, apparently was leaning out of the window when Hutcherson hit the support wire about a mile and a half from the bar.

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(NT) (NT) Requires login. Do you have login for us to use?

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Re: doesn't require login... not much to read though :(

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Well the Atlanta Journal newspaper requires a login, and Mark keeps making reference to that newspaper link ever since he moved to Atlanta.

We have communal login for:

The New York Times
The Chicago Tribune
The Washington Post
which SE people normally post the login for use when making reference.

I have also furnished the login for the San Antonio newspaper whenever I give a link for it.

Since Marietta, Ga is close to Atlanta, Ga, maybe the Atlanta newspaper has more that Mark wanted us to see.

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Re: doesn't require login... not much to read though :(

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no john i didnt if you want its a free login so make a login and see ok dont act like im trying to hide anything .
if your so concerned read it after you make an account
geesh

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(NT) (NT) No Mark, don't believe your are trying to hide anything

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Re: doesn't require login... not much to read though :(

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As I had thought....the link referred to by Mark turns out to yield a lot more interesting info than that provided by Patrick or MKay.

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(NT) (NT) Thanks Clay, that is what I was asking of Mark

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(NT) (NT) And thanks for the link on BugMeNot. :-)

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