Marcus Vick Turns Himself In to the Police
- Updated: March 7, 2012
Fallen College Football Star, Marcus Vick finally turned himself in to the Newport News sheriff Sunday night.
The 27-year-old Newport News native and younger brother to Philadelphia Eagles star quarterback Michael Vick had been sought on a bench warrant for repeatedly failing to appear in court to answer to a two-year-old traffic charge. Now he’s serving 10 days for contempt; with good behavior he could be out in five.
But upon release later this week, he’ll likely be transferred to Montgomery County to answer even more charges related to his 2004 conviction there for contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
These are impressive feats for any repeat offender, but Marcus has also managed to rack up previous convictions for driving under the influence, eluding police and driving on a suspended license, with pending charges of driving on a suspended license — all in various jurisdictions.