Some charges dropped in police captain Kevin Quick’s disappearance

Quick Susupects

Quick Susupects

GOOCHLAND COUNTY, Va. (WTVR) – Principle second degree capital murder charges filed against three suspects in the disappearance of Waynesboro Police reserve unit captain Kevin Quick were nolle prossed during a Monday hearing in Goochland.

Click HERE for complete coverage of the death investigation.

Click HERE for complete coverage of the death investigation.

Anthony Stokes Jr., 31, Halisi Uhuru, 22, and Leslie Casterlow, 49, all still face gang related charges.

The prosecutor deemed the gang charges more appropriate.

All three are due back in court next month

Quick was reported missing Friday, Jan. 31 after he left his mother’s home in Afton.

He was on his way to see the mother of his four-month-old daughter in Albemarle County. His body was discovered Thursday off Old Columbia Road in Goochland County, near the Fluvana county line.

Hundreds of people gathered at the Waynesboro Police Department for a candlelight vigil Saturday night.

Anthony Lee White (PHOTO: Henrico Sheriff's Office)

Anthony Lee White (PHOTO: Henrico Sheriff’s Office)

Virginia State Police announced late Sunday that 22-year-old Anthony White,  of Mineral, was also taken into custody on a gang charge. He too is due in court in March.

A CBS 6 investigation revealed that Stokes and Uhuru had gang ties and has recently been released from prison.

Additionally, two Albemarle County siblings were arrested Tuesday night in connection with the Quick case.

Mersadies Shelton, 20,  and Mathis, 18, are being held without bond after being charged with felony grand larceny in connection with Quick’s stolen vehicle. Their home address, on Barracks Road in Charlottesville, is less than two miles from the apartments where Quick was headed.

This is a developing story.

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