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Six defendants found guilty on all charges in Kevin Quick murder trial

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ROANOKE, Va. — A Roanoke jury found all six defendants in the murder trial of Waynesboro reserve police captain Kevin Quick guilty of all 34 charges, including Quick’s murder and abduction.

The indictment in the case included 34 counts against the alleged gang, 99 Goon SyndiKate, ranging from racketeering and armed robbery, to the murder of Quick.

Three suspects initially charged in the indictment to enter a guilty plea. The remaining six convicted Wednesday were Daniel Mathis, Shantai Shelton, Mersadies Shelton, Kweli Uhuru, Halisi Uhuru, and Anthony Stokes.

Quick was abducted and found shot to death in Goochland County in 2014.

Prosecutors said four members of the 99 Goon Syndikate, a branch of the Bloods street gang, held Quick at gunpoint in his own SUV, when they discovered his Waynesboro Police ID.

That’s when, they said the group decided to drive to a timbered lot in Columbia, Virginia and shot Quick once in the head.

This story is developing.