2 Plead Guilty in Reserve Officer Slaying Case

By: AP
By: AP

July 10, 2014

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) - Two people have pleaded guilty to charges stemming from the slaying of a Waynesboro reserve police officer.

Leslie Hope Casterlow of Manassas and Anthony Lee White of Louisa are among nine people who were indicted on federal charges in the case.

Online court records show Casterlow pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice on Wednesday in federal court in Charlottesville. A statement of facts says Casterlow disposed of evidence in the slaying of 45-year-old Kevin Wayne Quick and a home invasion robbery.

White pleaded guilty to a racketeering conspiracy charge.

Quick was reported missing Feb. 1 after he failed to show up to visit his girlfriend and their 4-month-old daughter. His body was found days later in a wooded area northwest of Richmond.

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