South Carolina's 'serial killer': Convicted rapist who 'kept woman chained in a metal container and killed her boyfriend' is charged with four counts of murder after confessing to 13-year-old quadruple murder
17:25, Sunday, 06 November, 2016
In the US, arrested for keeping a woman in chains on the farm, a 45-year-old Todd Kohlhepp spoke about the crimes committed over the past 13 years. Their motives have not yet been reported. The detainee admitted that he was an unknown shooter in 2003 killed four people in a motorcycle shop in the village Cisne near his farm. He also showed the guards the burial place of two people killed later and buried in their possessions, said Spartanburg County Sheriff Chuck Wright. The body of the latest victim, 32-year-old Charles Carver with multiple gunshot wounds was found Friday in the search for belonging Kolhapur farm with an area less than 40 hectares near the village of Woodruff, 130 km Northwest of Columbia the capital of South Carolina. Carver and his girlfriend, 30-year-old feces brown, since the end of August had been missing. Checking the information received, the police came on Thursday to the farm Kohlhepp and heard screaming and banging coming from the padlocked metal container. On opening the container they found in it, feces brown, according to Sheriff Wright, "chained by the neck like a dog". "It was a devilish place, so even in the heat. No light, no window, no movement of air," he told the press. According to brown, Kohlhepp shot her friend in her eyes. It turned out that Kohlhepp previously accused of sexual offences.