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Motion granted in football players' battery case

December 14, 2006|by DAVE McMILLION

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - An attorney representing two Shepherd University football players charged after a Thanksgiving day altercation at a local bar was granted an order Wednesday night giving him evidence the prosecution has in the case.

Andy Arnold obtained the order in a hearing before Municipal Court Judge David Alter.

No trial date has been set.

Robert Flint Jarvis, 23, of 4928 Shepherdstown Road, Martinsburg, W.Va., and his brother, Brian Allen Jarvis, 20, same address, each were charged with two counts of battery, records state.

Shepherdstown police were called to Stonewalls, which is in a lower level below Tony's Pizza at 126 E. German St., for a disturbance, said Patrolman T.W. Bellomy. After arriving, the officers found two people who alleged they were struck, Bellomy said.

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