SMITHFIELD, Va. (AP) - The house at the center of the dogfighting ring that led to the downfall of disgraced NFL star Michael Vick is back on the auction block.
A listing on Motleys Auction and Realty Group's Web site says
the five-bedroom house in Smithfield is scheduled to be auctioned
on Dec. 15, with bids starting at $590,000.
Last December, developer Wilbur Ray Todd Jr. rejected a $747,000
bid for the property, which he had bought for $450,000, along with
an additional $50,000 in improvements.
Vick is serving a 23-month sentence for a dogfighting conspiracy. He is expected to plead guilty to state dogfighting charges Tuesday, a necessary step to make him eligible for early release.
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