Investigators say Kohlhepp has confessed to killing four people at a motorcycle shop in 2003. 6) Todd Christopher Kohlhepp enters the courtroom for a bond hearing March 26, 2017, in Spartanburg, S. As officials continue to search for bodies on the property of the South Carolina, public records and court reports offer insight into the life of an accused killer who once lived in Arizona.Newly released records from the Arizona Department of Corrections reveal details about alleged South Carolina killer Todd Kohlhepp's 14 years in Arizona prison, including his fights, disciplinary actions and jobs.REDWOOD CITY (BCN) — A San Francisco woman who created fake Facebook identities and used them to contact young girls in 2009 was sentenced Thursday to nine months in jail and ordered to register as a sex offender, San Mateo County District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe said.Jeanette Aragona, 20, created Facebook pages for fictitious boys she named “AJ”, “BJ” and “Matthew” and used them to contact eight girls at Westborough Middle School in South San Francisco, Wagstaffe said.Kohlhepp had served time in an Arizona prison after being accused of raping a Tempe girl when he was 15. His 307-page prison record, which was released after a public information request by , was heavily redacted, with several pages blacked out.The information provided showed that in his first years inside, Kohlhepp fought with other inmates, disrespected guards and worked multiple jobs.Aragona pleaded no contest to two counts of misdemeanor child endangerment in November and was sentenced Thursday in San Mateo County Superior Court in Redwood City.
Todd Kohlhepp faces four counts of murder in the killings more than a decade ago at Superbike Motorsports in Chesnee, South Carolina.Services: Applications *online* for multiple services—Eligibility screening tool, food assistance, health coverage, home energy assistance, IRS-certified tax assistance and filing service Service Area: Statewide Website / Web Pages: SC Thrive/The Benefit Bank – scthrive.org/the-benefit-bank The Benefit Bank – thebenefitbank.org/about Services: Serving children and families with protective services, Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly food stamps), Family Independence (FI) aka Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program (TANF) Website: gov Service Area: Union County Address: 200 S Mountain St, Union, SC 29379 Phone: (864) 429-1660 Fax: (864) 429-1664 Child Support Services: (864) 661-4750 Child Support Services Toll Free: (864) 768-5858 Report Abuse & Neglect of Child or Adult: (864) 466-4803 SNAP/FI (TANF) Services: (864) 616-1309 Services: 24-hour Hotline, Shelter, Legal Advocacy, Individual and Family Therapy, and 24-hour Hospital Accompaniment for Sexual Assault Survivors Service Area: Spartanburg, Cherokee and Union Union County Office: 115 Thomas St, Union, SC Hours of Operation: a.m. Monday – Friday Phone & Local Services: Emergency shelter for victims/survivors of domestic violence and their children, as well as basic necessities; Counseling; Support groups; Advocacy; Referrals; Children’s services; Parenting classes; Therapy Service Area: Chester, Lancaster, Union, and York counties Mailing Address: PO Box 11458, Rock Hill, SC 29731 24 Hour Hotline: (803) 329-2800 Toll Free: (800) 659-0977 Administration: (803) 329-3336 Lancaster: (803) 285-6533 Toll Free: (877) 466-4725 Fax: (803) 329-3515 Website: Services: Provides a Christian home for men to aid with alcohol and substance abuse issues; provides an emergency food pantry Service Area: Men’s home—Chester and surrounding counties; Food Pantry—Chester County only Street Address: 112 Gadsden St, Chester, SC 29706 Food Pantry: 101 Cotton St, Chester, SC 29706 Phone: (803) 581-0219 or (803) 581-4298 to obtain more information Office Hours for men’s home: a.m. most week nights Pantry Hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday a.m. Services: Provides emergency relief due to disaster; emergency communication for military personnel and family; provide first aid and CPR instruction; provides Certified Nurse Assistance course and Friendly Visitor program for elderly Service Areas: Abbeville, Anderson, Cherokee, Greenville, Greenwood, Laurens, Mc Cormick, Oconee, Pickens, Spartanburg, and Union Counties American Red Cross Website: Services: Catholic Charities of the Piedmont helps individuals in the Piedmont region of South Carolina who are in need.An emphasis is placed on lower income and homeless persons.Service areas: Abbeville, Anderson, Cherokee, Greenwood, Laurens, Mc Cormick, Newberry, Oconee, Pickens, Spartanburg, and Union counties Address: 204 Douthit St Ste A1, Greenville, SC 29601 Hours of Operation: a.m. Monday – Friday (closed on Diocesan holidays) Phone Number: (864) 242-2233 Hotline: (855) 377-1357 Fax Number: (864) 242-1387 Website: Crisis Line: 1-800-868-4878 – crisis line (for all of Upstate) Hours of Operation: 24 hours a day and 7 days a week Mailing Address: PO Box 1925, Anderson, SC 29622 Phone: (864) 984-0635 Email: [email protected]: mentalhealthamerica.net/affiliate/MHA_Anderson Services: Provides emergency financial assistance with rent and utilities when funds are available—Assistance with electricity bills only with City of Union utilities; Provides clothing vouchers for the Salvation Army thrift store once every six months for qualifying individuals; Provides food for qualifying individuals through the food pantry only once every three months unless there is an emergency; Provides assistance for burn-out victims, to include vouchers for furniture and household items if qualifications are met (Those seeking shelter are referred to The Salvation Army of Spartanburg and to The Salvation Army of Cherokee County.) 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