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Terry Guy, the husband of Beverly Guy and stepfather of Scott Ponder, was among victim family members who attended Sunday’s bond hearing.“When this first happened I got on my knees for 11 months and told God how much I hated him,” Guy said.

“I lost 70 pounds, and I prayed every night, ‘Please don’t let me wake up in the morning.’ I kept waking up, so I came to a conclusion that I knew it wasn’t right for me to kill myself.“My emotions are running from joy to crying…

Todd Kohlhepp in handcuffs and an orange jumpsuit walks with deputies Saturday, November 5, 2016, on the property where a missing woman was found chained in a metal container in Woodruff, S.

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Kohlhepp quietly answered “yes sir” or “no sir” to Henson's questions.

Authorities have been scouring that property since Thursday when they discovered Kala Brown, 30, of Anderson, S.

When Brown was found, she told investigators that as many as four people could be buried on Kohlhepp's property.

He bought the property, considered agricultural land, in May 2014 for more than 5,000; he bought his two-story house in Moore, less than 10 miles north, for 7,500 in January 2007. 6, 2003, two years after Kohlhepp was released from prison, Scott Ponder, 30; his 52-year-old mother and part-time employee, Beverly Guy; and employees Brian Lucas, 29, and Chris Sherbert, 26, were found brutally slain at Superbike Motorsports, Wright said.

to even feeling sorry for the family that has to come down here and watch their son today.

The only thing I don’t want anybody to misunderstand is the gentleman has to pay for it.”Investigators accompany Todd Kohlhepp, 45, of Moore, S.

Then, you should leave a message with a valid phone number and staff will return your call within 24-48 "business hours". Each inmate is provided with "Request for Visiting Privileges" forms (SCDC Form 19-127) to send to his/her prospective visitors.

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