Vick Prosecutors Want Cash for Dog Care

Just one day after Michael Vick voluntarily started serving an anticipated prison sentence on dog fighting charges, prosecutors asked a judge to freeze nearly $1 million of the fallen football star's assets to pay for the care of the dogs taken from his Virginia property. "The costs associated with seizing, maintaining and ultimately placing the pit bulls seized from 1915 Moonlight Rd. is significant, with a current estimate placing the total costs at approximately $928,073.04," U.S. attorney...Full Story
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