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Part of Investigation Against Vick Ready to Conclude


The local portion of the Michael Vick dog fighting case may finally be drawing to somewhat of a conclusion, as a report says that the local investigation may be coming to a close. Tuesday’s “The Virginian-Pilot” states that the investigation into dog fighting on Vick’s property should be wrapped up by the end of the week. The Sheriff in the case has been trying to reach one last witness before moving on in the case.

The county’s grand jury is set to meet on July 24th and they may review evidence and issue any charges against Vick. The case has been slow moving since April, when it was discovered that there was signs of a dog fighting operation being held on Vick’s property in Surry County, VA. There have been rumors of what may happen and what charges Vick may face once everything comes out. Vick has claimed since day one that he has nothing to do with anything that went on at the home, and that he let his cousin live there.

That cousin was in court Monday, and waived his prelim hearing on a marijuana possession charge. He’ll be back for a second hearing July 30th. The cousin has been doing damage control for Vick, deflecting any negative press away from him.
The Feds have taken custody of some of the dogs and have been on the property more than once trying to piece together what was going on there. A search in April found more than 50 pit bulls and dog fighting items on the property.

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