Prosecutor: 6-10 people may be involved in Vick case
NORFOLK, Va. -- A prosecutor, sheriff and investigators are scheduled to meet Monday to review evidence collected in the weeks since dogs and equipment associated with dog fighting were seized from a home owned by NFL star Michael Vick.
No charges have been filed in the case, but Surry County Commonwealth's Attorney Gerald Poindexter said Wednesday as many as six to 10 people could be involved.
Dog fighting is a felony in Virginia.
"I'm convinced from what I saw that ...
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