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West Virginia's Darwin Cook, Terence Garvin Arrested For Shoplifting

Two West Virginia starting defensive backs were arrested for stealing snacks from a gas station.

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Two West Virginia Mountaineers players were arrested Tuesday, according to the Dominion Post. Defensive backs Darwin Cook and Terence Garvin have been charged with shoplifting, a misdemeanor, for hauling three Gatorade bottles, two bags of Doritos and two bags of pretzels from a Sheetz on April 12.

Coach Dana Holgorsen said he's in the fact-gathering stage and will set a course of action soon.

Both players are set to start, with each finishing among the top four on the team in tackles last year. Garvin, a senior, has started for two years, while junior Cook, the team's top returning tackler, may best be remembered for scoring a touchdown against Clemson and toppling the Orange Bowl mascot. That guy's always hungry!

For more on WVU football, visit West Virginia blog The Smoking Musket, plus SB Nation Pittsburgh.

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