Concerning the two-story, white brick house Michael Vick recently put up for sale (implicated in the dog-fighting case) was burglarized between May 7 and May 18, according to a police report obtained by the AJC. "I don't think it had anything to do with possible evidence," in the dogfighting investigation, Commonwealth attorney Gerald Poindexter said. "I think it was some feuding over the spoils. Some people believe that in getting ready to sell the house, Vick had promised stuff to some family members and other people felt they deserved things." Stolen were three plasma televisions (62", 42" and 32"), two floor buffers, a wet/dry vacuum, an upright washer and dryer and a leather sofa valued at $17,550 combined.