Vick Surrenders To Police Before Sentencing On Dogfighting Charges

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Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick voluntarily surrendered Monday before his sentencing on a dogfighting charge and was being held at a regional jail, according to a court document and prosecutors.

Vick is scheduled to be sentenced Dec. 10 on the dogfighting conspiracy charge but decided to surrender in anticipation of a prison term, the document stated. Vick could be sentenced to up to five years in prison.