State Police say a medical examiner has confirmed that the remains that searchers found 35 miles west of Richmond were those of Kevin Wayne Quick. The Nelson County resident, who spent decades as a reserve police officer in Waynesboro, was reported missing on February 1st. State Police spokeswoman Corinne Geller says the remains found in Goochland County belong to Quick (photo is courtesy of the Waynesboro Police Department), but her agency is not releasing the cause of his death. Police have arrested several people on charges that are linked to Quick, but no one has been arrested for causing the 45-year-old’s death. Some of the initial arrests involved members of an Albemarle County family who are now being held in the Central Virginia Regional Jail in Orange County.
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