Former Atlanta Falcon’s quarterback Michael Vick returned to his Virginia Home this morning after being released from federal prison. He will serve the remainder of his sentence on home confinement and may try to resume his professional football career.
Photos via AJC
Four cars pulled up to Vick’s five-bedroom brick home at the end of a cul-de-sac at about 8:25 a.m Thursday. The caravan was led by a black Kia Sedona with curtains shielding the back seat from view and sunshields on the front side windows. Vick was in the Sedona along with his fiancee, Kijafa Frink, said Chris Garrett, a member of Vick’s support and legal team.
He was also greeted by his 19 month old daughter (London) who was born just weeks prior to the start of his sentence.
Mike was fitted with an electronic monitoring device, which he’ll wear for the two months he spends under home confinement. He and law officials walked outside on his back deck briefly to make sure the device was working properly. Mike will spend the next two months being monitored at home but has been permitted to work outside the home as a construction laborer wtih WM Jordon Construction in Virginia. He will be a $10 hourly employee for at least the next two months. The job is part of his probation, but of course his ultimate goal is to return to the NFL. Hopefully he’ll be given the opportunity, since he has paid for his crime. (Source 1 and 2)
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