Gardener strikes gold
A man killed at least seven people in a hidden crime spree in the US that lasted more than a decade. Todd Kohlhepp accepted responsibility for an unsolved 13-year-old massacre one day before the 13th anniversary of the deaths that stumped authorities, said Sheriff Chuck Wright. Kohlhepp, 45, confessed to the deaths of the owner, service manager, mechanic and bookkeeper of Superbike Motorsports, a motorcycle shop in Chesnee, in Spartanburg County, South Carolina. Wright says Kohlhepp also showed law enforcement officers on Saturday where he says he buried two of his other victims on his 95-acre property near Woodruff. The sheriff says it’s possible more bodies will be uncovered. A retiree in Germany has struck gold in his garden, finding the wedding band he lost three years ago wrapped around a carrot. German public broadcaster WDR reported that the 82-year-old lost the ring while gardening in the western town of Bad Muenstereifel. The incident happened shortly after the man, whose name was not released, celebrated his golden wedding anniversary. WDR reported that the man’s wife had reassured him at the time that the ring disappeared that it would eventually reappear. However, she died six months before being proven right.