A case of the late night munchies has landed a pair of WVU football players in trouble with the law.
Junior Darwin Cook, 20, and senior Terrence Garvin, 21, are facing misdemeanor charges for allegedly stealing Gatorade and snacks from a Sheetz in Morgantown.
Police say surveillance footage shows Garvin take a plastic Sheetz bag from behind the counter then Cook allegedly took three bottles of Gatorade and two bags of Doritos. Garvin can be seen swiping a couple of bags of pretzels. The two placed the items in the bag and left the store without paying.
According to the criminal complaint the incident happened on April 12th and arrest warrants for Garvin and Cook were obtained on April 25th.
Shoplifting merchandise worth less than $500 carries a maximum $250.
Head Coach Dana Holgorsen told The Dominion Post
“I have been made aware of the situation and am gathering facts at this time. When all the facts are in, I will take the appropriate action.”
Garvin is a two-year starter and led the Mountaineers with 76 tackles in 2010 and fourth last year with 72 tackles.
Cook started at safety in 2011 and ranked second on the team with 85 tackles, 51 solo tackles and two interceptions.