ASSOCIATED PRESS: A judge in Virginia has approved a plan for Michael Vick to repay $20 million to his creditors and emerge from bankruptcy. U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Frank Santoro approved the plan Thursday on the condition that Vick retain a personal financial planner to manage his future earning with the Philadelphia Eagles. Santoro says while Vick is “at the pinnacle of his profession,” he has proven unable to manage his finances in the past. The plan was overwhelmingly approved in a ballot of creditors. After the hearing, Vick was scheduled to return to Philadelphia to make his debut with the Eagles in a preseason game. MORE
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Amount jailed star quarterback Michael Vick spent from July ‘06 to July ‘08, according to recent bankruptcy papers: $17.7 million.
Amount of that time he was in prison: 8 months.
Total amount of checks he wrote his mother, Brenda Boddie—not counting all her bills he paid—even while in prison: $21,400.
Amount he donated to her church: $327,900.
Amount he gave her for an Easter egg hunt: $700.
Number of Reese’s Chocolate Easter Eggs that would buy: 5,259.
Amount of the check he wrote to Boddie labeled “chump change”: $1,000.
STICKER PRICE OF THE ‘07 INFINITI VICK KEEPS IN LEAVENWORTH FOR HIS FIANCÉE’s VISITS: $65,000
COST OF A CAB FROM THE KANSAS CITY AIRPORT TO THE PRISON: $60.
Amount Vick was sentenced to pay to house and care for the 47 pit bulls he and his buddies didn’t drown, strangle, hang, shoot, or electrocute for not winning fights: $928,073.
Average pay, per hour, of Vick’s pit bulls’ caregivers at the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab, Utah: $14. MORE
STRANGER THAN FICTION: Missing Girl Reappears 18 Years Later
BNO: Jaycee Lee Dugard, an 11-year-old California girl who was abducted in 1991, has been found safely in the greater Bay Area of California, officials said on Thursday. Jaycee Dugard was abducted on June 10, 1991 from South Lake Tahoe in California. At the time, her stepfather said that a vehicle occupied by two individuals drove up to the 11-year-old girl and abducted her in front of him. Captain McConnell from the Antioch police department told BNO News that Dugard walked into one of their police stations, but provided no further details. Meanwhile, the girl’s stepfather told a local television station that the “people responsible” for the abduction had been arrested, but officials were not immediately able to confirm that. It was not immediately clear what had happened to the girl during the past 18 years. Officials said she is in “good health.” MORE
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