(10/29/2012)
Davis Memorial Hospital confirmed Dustin White, 17, died Friday night, the victim of a stabbing at the Tygarts Valley High School football game.

White was reportedly stabbed several times before Friday's football game against Hundred.

The suspect was arrested and jailed.

A WDTV reporter who was there to cover the game says two students got into a fight about 20 minutes before kickoff in the parking lot.

Witnesses say the victim was stabbed at least four times in the chest.

Students say the suspect quit the Tygarts Valley football team a few weeks ago, his name yet to be released.

Witnesses say the victim and the suspect had a fight earlier in day.

The stadium was on lockdown and kickoff was delayed while troopers looked for the suspect.

The Mill Creek community is in mourning after the stabbing death.

The community came together in the Tygart Valley Community Library Saturday night to vent their feelings and honor Dustin. Family and friends described Dustin as kind-hearted and generous.

Dustin's father, Kevin White, had kind words to say, "Most of all he was true. He loved family members, he loved kids, and he would help anybody in the world. My son was going to be a nice young man."

White had one request: "Please don't let him die for nothing."

LOTTERY SHOP HOLD-UP - Cabell County Sheriff's Deputies say a man robbed Java Joe's, a video gaming parlor.

Gaming parlors are among the biggest targets for hold-ups in the Mountain State.

Deputies say the man was armed with a hunting knife and walked away from the business.

LOGAN HOLD-UP - A man has been arrested after Logan State Police say he held up a Speedway gas station at knife point.

Deputies picked up Derek Davis after the 1 a.m. hold-up.

State Police say Davis got some cigarettes and cash, but after a short investigation they were able to track him down. Davis is now in the Southwestern Regional Jail.


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