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Officer Kevin Quick case: Three more arrested

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(WJLA) - There was a moment of silence on Friday for a beloved officer, now presumed dead.

Hasili Uhuru, Anthony Stokes Jr. and Leslie Casterlow. Photos: Henrico County Sheriff's Office
Waynesboro County Reserve Police Officer Kevin Quick
Pictured left to right: Mersadies Shelton, Shantai M. Shelton, Daniel Mathis. Photo: Virginia State Police

“I urge you to continue to support the law enforcement community as we grieve the loss of our brother, Kevin,” said Chief Mike Wilhelm with the Waynesboro Police Department.

Three more people were arrested on Friday morning in connection with the disappearance of Waynesboro Reserve Police Officer, Kevin Quick.

According to the Virginia State Police, Leslie Casterlow, Anthony Stokes Jr. and Hasili Uhuru are all being held in association with Quick's disappearance. Each is being charged with one felony count of principal in the 2nd degree and one felony count of gang participation. Stokes and Casterlow are both reportedly from Manassas.

A total of five suspects are now behind bars and facing charges in connection with Quick’s disappearance and death. An autopsy is now taking place, as well as identification:

“We do not have a positive identification yet on that body; however, due to the time that has now transpired since Kevin’s disappearance, the fact that his vehicle was found abandoned and his whereabouts have not been established yet, as I mentioned, we have transitioned from a disappearance investigation to a death investigation,” said Virginia State Police spokeswoman Corinne Geller.

Uhuru is from southwest Virginia, and when we went to Casterlow’s apartment, we found new renters moving in.

Earlier this week, two siblings were also arrested in connection with the case. Mersadies Shelton and Daniel Mathis were charged with the theft of Quick's vehicle, which was found abandoned in Louisa County.

Quick went missing last week, and on Thursday, investigators found a body in Goochland, Virginia. Investigators are still asking for the public’s help and for anyone with information to call the Virginia State Police at #77 on a cell phone or at (434) 352-7128.

 

 

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