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More Arrests in the Kevin Quick case

More Arrests in the Kevin Quick case

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A body found in Goochland County on Thursday has not been officially identified as being the remains of Kevin Quick, but his disappearance has been deemed a death investigation. That’s just one of many confusing turns in the case of the police reserve captain that were unveiled at a Waynesboro news conference on Friday. The non-identification is explained by an incomplete process at the medical examiner’s office, but authorities did have enough information and elapsed time to pronounce Kevin Quick dead. Other developments, however, raise more questions than they answer. Three people have been charged with principle in the second degree to the crime of murder, but so far no one is charged with killing the man last seen alive on January 31st. Halisi Uhuru of Danville, Leslie Hope Casterlow and Anthony Darnell Stokes of Manassas also face charges of gang participation. As for the Albemarle County siblings arrested on Tuesday, Mersadies Shelton and Daniel Mathis have been charged with stealing Quick’s SUV.  Mathis was also charged in connection with a Louisa County armed robbery that included the use of Quick’s Toyota 4Runner on Super Bowl Sunday. The next day, the 4Runner was found at another Louisa County home. State Police are still asking for tips in the case. Anyone with information is asked to call the State Police tip line at #77 or their cell phone or call 434-352-7128.

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