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Search Warrant Reveals New Details in Missing Police Captain Kevin Quick

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NELSON COUNTY (WRIC) - There's growing concern that foul play may be involved in the disappearance of missing police captain Kevin Quick.

8News has uncovered new search warrants in the case.

Quick has been missing since Friday. He left his mom's house in Afton to plan a birthday party for his brother in Albemarle County, but never showed. 

On Monday, Quick's SUV was found in Louisa County.  And over the weekend police released pictures of one of two men they say may be able to offer clues.

An affidavit for a search warrant that was filed in Waynesboro Circuit Court says on the day captain quick went missing, he had texted the mother of his child that he was on the way to her residence in Albemarle County. However he never arrived.

After he was reported missing, an emergency phone trace was conducted and that showed that his phone had been turned off since 1:54 on Friday.

Quick is a volunteer police officer with the Waynesboro Police Department, but has had all the same training and all the same powers as a normal on duty police officer.

The affidavit says three weeks ago, quick was laid off from his job at Invista and was provided with a severance package, however the money he received from that severance has not been located.

The affidavit also says quick had a discover credit card and that card had not been used since Friday at 5:45 p.m.

Brian Edwards, a sergeant at the Waynesboro Police Department says the fact that captain quick's car has been seen all over the state has him worried.

"The car has been seen in Manassas, Fort Union which is in Fluvanna, Louisa, these are places that Kevin would not go, unless there was some sort of family situation, so that's why it's hard to maintain hope, but that is what we are doing."

Thanks to the ever-increasing generosity of Waynesboro merchants, the reward for information has now increased to $10,000.

 

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