Serial Killer Todd Kohlhepp No Longer In Protective Custody

Serving seven life sentences

Ed Jenson
April 23, 2018 - 9:37 pm

The man convicted of killing seven people in the Upstate is no longer in prison's protective custody.

Todd Kohlhepp, who is serving seven consecutive life sentences, has been returned to prison's general population at the Broad River Correctional Institution.

He was arrested Nov. 3, 2016, after missing Anderson woman Kala Brown was found alive and chained up in a shipping container on his 100-acre Woodruff property. Among those Kohlhepp killed were Charlie Carver, Brown's boyfriend, and Spartanburg couple Johnny and Meagan Coxie.

He also confessed to killing four people inside a motorcycle store in Chesnee back in 2003.

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