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He also talked about spending a lot of time on some land that he owned.
Kohlhepp also was listed as the agent for a 29-acre undeveloped subdivision north of Travelers Rest called Barnett Valley. Several discarded TVs have been dumped in the overgrown vegetation of the property.
Shaughnessy remembers him as a very outgoing person and a great salesman — but with some quirks that in hindsight give her chills. He talked a lot about his guns, his assault rifles, his BMW’s — and he sprinkled sexual innuendos into his conversation from time to time, she said.“You think he’s saying things jokingly, but now you question, oh, my gosh, was he really joking? She didn't suspect him of having a violent nature, although she did see him get “flustered” a few times when he got phone calls, and “was always whining and complaining about having to go collect rent from what he called deadbeats.”advertising department. Yuvonne Goodwin, an account executive who worked with another employee in running display ads for properties Kohlhepp was listing for sale, remembers him as, “Not a nice guy.”“He pretty much yelled and cussed my teammate out over the phone when he would speak to her. Kohlhepp’s real estate license was suspended on Friday under an emergency order from the state Real Estate Commission, citing “public safety and welfare” concerns.