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Michael Vick caught with positive marijuana test

September 26, 2007

Virginia - Dogfighting NFL quarterback Michael Vick is now confined to house arrest after he tested positive for marijuana use.

Dogfighting NFL quarterback Michael Vick is now confined to house arrest after he tested positive for marijuana use.

A court document from the Eastern District of Virginia shows that Vick submitted a urine sample on Sept. 13 that tested positive for the drug.

Judge Henry E. Hudson restricted Vick to his home every day from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. at the request of probation officer Patricia Locket-Ross.

Vick will be required to wear an electronic monitoring device to ensure his compliance with the order, court documents said.

As a result, Judge Hudson ordered Vick to "submit to any method of testing required by the pretrial services officer or the supervising officer for determining whether the defendant is using a prohibited substance."

Those methods could include random drug testing, a remote alcohol testing system "and/or any form of prohibited substance screening or testing," the order said.

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