Topic: Girl in a Box:
Todd Kohlhepp Serial Killer Case Study
Tommy Clark has been with the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office for twenty years. He is a Senior Investigator in the Violent Crimes Unit of the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office. He started his career with the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office in September of 1997 as a uniform patrol officer. After a brief stent in uniform patrol he was transferred to the Crime Prevention, Community Policing Unit focusing on assisting neighborhoods with establishing a neighborhood watch organization, high crime areas and directed crime investigations. He was then transferred to Uniform Patrol Investigations. In August 2002 he was transferred to the Criminal Investigations Division. He was initially assigned to investigate property crimes. After two years in that unit he was transferred to the Arson and Auto theft Unit. After four years in that unit he was then transferred to the White-Collar Crime’s and Special Victim’s Unit. After five years in that unit he was transferred to his current position in the Violent Crimes Unit focusing on robberies and homicides. Sr. Inv Clark has extensive experience in investigating a wide range of crimes which has been invaluable to the Violent Crimes Unit.