MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Former Martinsburg High School quarterback Justin “Cookie” Clinton was in Berkeley County Circuit court for a probation revocation hearing Thursday.


Justin “Cookie” Clinton

Clinton, 22, was ordered to serve a 2-25 year prison sentence after his previously imposed probation was revoked.

Clinton was placed on five years of probation in September 2015 after being convicted on multiple felony charges including breaking and entering, burglary and unlawful restraint.

The move to have Clinton’s probation revoked came in response to an October arrest involving the theft of thousands of dollars in jewelry in September.

Clinton was quarterback of Martinsburg High School’s 2012 state championship football team. He will be allowed to apply to drug court, although Circuit Judge John Yoder said it was unlikely he would be accepted by the review panel.

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