Richmond County deputy accused of rape fired, officials say

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Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2020

AUGUSTA, GA (WRDW/WAGT) -- A Richmond County deputy has been fired just hours after bond was granted on a rape charge.

A judge granted a $40,000 bond for 38-year-old Deputy Kendrick Quick. He was also ordered to not have access to firearms or to contact the victim.

The Richmond County Sheriff's Office says Quick has been let go from the force.

Quick is charged with violation of oath by public officer and rape.

Quick started working with the Richmond County Sheriff's Office in July 2018 and he was assigned to Road Patrol.

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