City Continues to Remember Kevin Quick

By: Brendan Ponton Email
By: Brendan Ponton Email

WAYNESBORO, Va. (WHSV) -- Waynesboro leaders plan to have a tribute to Kevin Quick at Monday night's city council meeting.

The Waynesboro Police Department is also honoring Quick, where he served for many years as a reserve captain.

Both a rose and a ribbon are outside the department's building in honor of Quick.

The ribbon has two different colors: black represents the current period of mourning and the blue represents a police officer's role as a protector in the community.

That is just one of the many tributes for Quick that have appeared since this case first began last week.

There is a reward fund that is now more than $40,000 and over the weekend a candlelight vigil was held in Quick's honor.

Bruce Allen, the mayor of Waynesboro, said it's important to honor his memory.

"Words can't describe what everyone seems to be going through at this time, and also this is not the closure to the case. We'll have to continue to relive a lot of this as the trials, and investigation, continues to go on," said Allen.

The meeting starts at 7 p.m. in the Yancey Municipal building.


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