Kohlhepp proceeded to recount in detail how he had shot to death 30-year-old shop owner Scott Ponder; Ponder’s 52-year-old mother, Beverly Guy; shop foreman Brian Lucas, 29; and mechanic Chris Sherbert, 26.
… Mom was the closest.
The son and the manager … ran for the door, took off.
… At that range, they should have ran to me, not away.” [How the discovery of a woman chained ‘like a dog’ led to a break in a notorious cold case] Kohlhepp told investigators he “got one in the back and he crumpled to the floor.” After reloading his gun, he said he killed another person from the store “before he got out the door.” That person died in the parking lot, Kohlhepp said.
He boasted that he was a licensed pilot and that his company had “One Focus … Results!” Kohlhepp, 46, pleaded guilty to 14 charges last month, a deal made to avoid the death penalty, and received seven consecutive life sentences, according to the Anderson Independent Mail.