UPDATE: According to police sources, a body found in Goochland County is believed to be that of missing police captain Kevin Wayne Quick.
Sources say the body was found near the intersection of Old Columbia and Lowry roads. Law enforcement sources confirm that Quick was shot and that more arrests are coming in the case.
Virginia State Police released the following statement on Thursday:
"During the course of various searches being conducted in Louisa and Fluvanna counties, a body was discovered Thursday afternoon in a remote area along on the Fluvanna and Goochland county line.
State Police are on scene and in the process of identifying the individual and gathering evidence. Once identification is confirmed and the next of kin notified, police will be able to release the individual's name to the public."
This is a developing story. Stay with ABC 8 News on air, online and on the go for updates.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WRIC)—Three siblings have been arrested in the City of Alexandria in connection with missing police captain Kevin Quick, who was last seen around 10:15 p.m. Friday.
Daniel L. Mathis was charged by the Louisa County Sheriff's Office with one felony count of unlawful shooting, one felony count of robbery, one felony count of use of firearm to commit robbery, malicious wounding, one misdemeanor count of brandishing a firearm, one misdemeanor count of recklessly handle a firearm, one misdemeanor count of carrying a concealed weapon, and two felony counts of use of a firearm to commit malicious wounding.
Virginia State Police charged Mathis was one felony count of grand larceny.
Mersadies Shelton was charged by Virginia State Police with one felony count of grand larceny, and her sister Shantai Shelton was charged on one misdemeanor count each by the Louisa County Sheriff's Office with selling stolen property and obtaining money by false pretense.
All three are being held without bond at Central Virginia Regional Jail in Orange.
On Monday, Quick's silver 1999 Toyota 4Runner was found in Louisa County. Over the weekend police released pictures of one of two men they say may be able to offer clues.
Quick vanished en route to visit a friend in Albemarle County 20 miles away from his mother's home in Afton, according to police. An ATM camera captured two men and Quick's 4Runner in Fork Union around 11 p.m. Friday. The next day, an ATM camera captured a picture of the same men more than 90 miles away in Manassas.
Waynesboro area businesses have offered a $40,000 reward for information leading to Quick's recovery.
On Thursday morning, Daniel L. Mathis was denied bond. His two sisters, Mersadies and Shantai Shelton, are still being held at Central Virginia Regional Jail without bond, but have not yet had a bond hearing.
All three are due back in court on Tuesday, March 18.
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