Law enforcement to announce ‘major development’ in death of Waynesboro officer today
CHARLOTESVILLE, Va. – On Friday, at 1:30 p.m., United States Attorney Timothy J. Heaphy, Assistant United States Attorney Ronald Huber, Louisa County Commonwealth’s Attorney Russell McGuire, along with officials from the Virginia State Police, Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Waynesboro Police Department will hold a press conference to announce a major development in the investigation of the kidnapping and murder of Waynesboro Reserve Police Captain Kevin Quick.
Quick, 45, of Nelson County, disappeared Jan. 31 after leaving his mother’s house in Afton. He was headed to his girlfriend’s apartment in Albemarle County but never arrived. His body was found on Feb. 6.
Multiple people have been charged following the discovery of his body.
The following law enforcement officials are expected to be on hand for the announcement, which will be made at the federal courthouse in Charlottesville:
- United States Attorney Timothy J. Heaphy
- Louisa County Commonwealth’s Attorney Russell McGuire
- Virginia State Police Capt. Keith Keesee
- FBI Assistant Special Agent in Charge D.J. Hathaway
- FBI SSRA Earl Camp
- Charlottesville Police Chief Timothy Longo
- Albemarle County Police Major Ron Lutz
- Waynesboro Police Chief Michael Wilhelm
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