Kenneth Maurice Quick Jr. has been charged in the December 2020 murders of Special Forces soldier, Master Sgt. William LaVigne II, and Army veteran, Timothy Dumas Sr., whose bodies were discovered at Fort Liberty. The charges include murder, conspiracy to distribute cocaine, firearm charges, and obstruction.
- The victims, Master Sgt. William LaVigne II, 37, and Army veteran Timothy Dumas Sr., 44, were found dead on December 2, 2020, near a training area in Fort Liberty.
- Quick allegedly committed first-degree murder on December 1, 2020, by shooting one victim on then-Fort Bragg property and is believed to have murdered the second victim in connection to a conspiracy to distribute cocaine.
- The indictment suggests Quick conspired with others to distribute cocaine between November 25 and December 1, 2020.
- Evidence includes Quick attempting to conceal the bodies and obstruction of justice by trying to move and burn a truck connected to one of the victims.
- Quick, a known felon, is currently serving time in federal prison for another offense involving possession of a firearm.