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UPDATE: Man charged with torching police vehicles sentenced to life in prison

Local - 7/29/2013 11:41 PM by Joe Hellriegel

UPDATE: 7/30/2013 12:08 p.m.

LEWISBURG - A  man convicted of torching several vehicles at the Rainelle State Police barracks is sentenced to life in prison on Tuesday, according to the Greenbrier County prosecuting attorney's office.

David Clayton White is one of five people charged following the December 2011 fires at the detachment. He was convicted on arson, retaliation and conspiracy charges in February.

He is also sentenced to a minimum of 44 years on other counts. White must complete the minimum time of each count before being eligible for parole.

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ORIGINAL: 7/29/2013

LEWISBURG – The man convicted of torching several vehicles at the Rainelle State Police Barracks will be sentenced Tuesday.

David White is one of five people charged following the December 2011 fires at the detachment. He was convicted on arson, retaliation and conspiracy charges in February.

According to state law prosecutors can ask for a sentence enhancement against people convicted of repeated felonies.


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