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Two Defendants In Quick Case Plead Guilty In Federal Court

Two Defendants In Quick Case Plead Guilty In Federal Court

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Two people indicted for their alleged roles in the death of Kevin Wayne Quick have pleaded guilty. The Nelson County resident’s body was discovered in February in Goochland County. 49-year-old Leslie Casterlow of Manassas admitted to driving members of the 99 Goon Syndikate between Louisa and Northern Virginia, where she rented them a hotel room. Casterlow says they threw pieces of a disassembled gun out of her car but she thought it was only something used in a fight. 22-year-old Anthony White of Louisa admitted to both selling drugs for the 99 Goon Syndikate and taking part in numerous robberies. Seven other suspects are still awaiting trial.

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