This South Carolina Missing Persons Story Is Now a Multiple Murder Case


Charles Carver’s body was indeed discovered in one of the graves that Kohlhepp had showed Kala Brown during her imprisonment on his property – but the other two bodies turned out to be a couple missing since December 2015.

It appears that Todd Kohlhepp is a serial killer.

Interestingly, Kohlhepp’s mother, Regina Tague, has opened up to the media in an attempt to shed light on her son’s actions since his arrest on November 3. Tague told 48 Hours that Kohlhepp murdered the four victims in 2003 because someone “made fun of him for trying to return a motorcycle.” As for Charles Carver? Tague said that Carver was shot because “he got nasty and smart mouthed.”


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Digging into Kohlhepp’s past has led investigators down a disturbing path as well. When Kohlhepp was only 15-years-old in 1986, a 14-year-old female neighbor of his went missing in Tempe, Arizona. Police discovered that Kohlhepp had abducted the young girl at gunpoint and raped her. He was charged as an adult and spent 14 years behind bars. It was upon his release in 2001 that Kohlhepp relocated to South Carolina.

How many more murders is Todd Kohlhepp responsible for? It will be horrible and fascinating to watch as this grisly true crime saga continues to unfold.

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