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Major development in Kevin Quick murder case

Reserve Capt Kevin Quick 3Prosecutors and law enforcement officials leading the investigaton into the Kevin Quick murder have called a Friday afternoon press conference to announce a “major development” in the case.

Quick, 45, went missing on Jan. 31 while en route from his mother’s house in Nelson County to visit a friend in Albemarle County. His vehicle was found three days later abandoned in Louisa County, and his body was found on Feb. 6 in a remote area near the Goochland County-fluvanna county line.

Six individuals have been arrested on charges related to the investigation into Quick’s death, but no one has been charged with murder.

Representatives from the Waynesboro Police Department, Virginia State Police, FBI, Louisa County Commonwealth’s Attorney office and the U.S. Attorney’s office will make the announcement in Charlottesville.



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