PROBABLE CAUSE FOUND IN GARVIN CASE - Former WVU Football Player Arrested For Foodland Stick-Up

A former West Virginia University football player accused of robbing the Foodland supermarket in Glenville will have his case heard by a grand jury.

Gilmer County Magistrate Carol Wolfe found probable cause during a hearing yesterday for Travis Garvin, who is being held in Central Regional Jail on $200,000 bond.

Garvin and another former WVU, Alvoid Mays, were arrested last week after one of the men held-up the store clerks at gunpoint, getting away with $13,000.

Their compact car then crashed following a police pursuit. The men fled into the woods but were later captured.

Garvin was a wide receiver for the Mountaineers from 2002 to 2003.

Mays was a defensive back on the 1988 team that played for the national championship in the Fiesta Bowl, then played six seasons in the NFL with the Washington Redskins and the Pittsburgh Steelers.