Kevin Quick: Missing Virginia State Police Reserve officer Found

Capt. Kevin Quick

UPDATE:  2/8/14 –  The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner confirmed that remains discovered in Goochland County were those of Kevin’s.
 
Three people were arrested earlier this week, Mersadies Shelton, 20, and her brother, Daniel Mathis, 18, were each booked on charges that included possession of stolen property and grand larceny for stealing the SUV.

Halisi Uhuru, Anthony Stokes Jr. and Leslie Casterlow were charged with murder in connection with the death of Kevin Quick.

 UPDATE 2/6/14 –  A body, believed to be that of Kevin Quick was found off Old Columbia Road in Goochland County, near the Fluvana county line.

Police believe that Quick may have been a victim of an random act of crime.

UPDATE 2/3/14 – The Virginia state police announced Monday that they found Kevin Quick’s silver 1999 Toyota 4Runner in Louisa County.

Previous story: Authorities are searching for Virginia State Police Reserve officer in Nelson County, Virginia.    Kevin Wayne Quick, 45, from Nelson County was reported missing on Saturday by his family.  He was last seen on Friday at 10:15 p.m. when he left his mother’s home in Afton.  He was going to a friend’s home at Turtle Creek Apartments in Albemarle County, but he never made it there.

Police have surveillance photos of two men who they think have information about Quick’s disappearance, because they can see Quick’s silver 1999 Toyota Forerunner with plates 614-068 and the seal of the Commonwealth in the photos, which show it in Fork Union on Friday and Manassas on Saturday.

Extensive ground and air searches took place Saturday night and Sunday morning near the areas of the residences in Afton and Albemarle County.

Quick described as a white male, six feet one inches tall and weighing about 200 pounds. He has brown hair, hazel eyes and medium build. He wears contacts or glasses and has a scar above his left eye.

If you have information that could help investigators, call #77 on a cell phone or 434-352-7128.

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2 Comments

  1. I wonder if he was just a random person to them, or did they have it out for him? OMG, all of these missing cases have made me so aware of my surrounds…I almost feel as though I'm overly paranoid….it has become a crazy and sick, scary world to live in…..Prayers for the safety of Kevin Quick