Many family members and friends of the late Kevin Wayne Quick got together Saturday night outside the headquarters of the Waynesboro Police Department. They assembled less than 24 hours after they learned the remains that were discovered last week along a Goochland County road were those of the 45-year-old Quick (photo is courtesy of the Waynesboro Police Department). Two of the three people who were arrested late last week were recent inmates in Virginia Department of Corrections facilities. 22-year-old Halisi Uhuru of Danville and 31-year-old Anthony Darnell Stokes Jr. have lengthy criminal records. Uhuru, who’s also known as Gert Wright, was released from a state prison in December. He was convicted six years ago of gang participation, robbery and conspiracy to commit a robbery, as well as a firearms violation. Stokes, who’s from Manassas, served 14 years for offenses that include kidnapping, weapons possession, robbery and firearms violations. Uhuru and Stokes are scheduled to be in Goochland General District Court Monday, along with 49-year-old Leslie Hope Casterlow. Three other people, members of an Albemarle County family, are beng held in the Central Virginia Regional Jail in Orange County.