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Topic - Marcus Vick
Forsyth County deputies say in a report that 29-year-old Marcus Vick was pulled over early Monday in Cumming, Ga., for an expired tag and was questioned about marijuana after a deputy smelled the drug in his car.
Plaintiff Barbara Ferguson's attorney, Kris Olin, says Vick signed a $40,000 promissory note in 2008 but hasn't paid anything.
He says Judge Brett Geisler ordered Vick's arrest.
"As a team we understood because we all make mistakes in life and we all do and say things that maybe we do mean and maybe we don't mean," Vick said. "But as a teammate I forgave him. We understand the magnitude of the situation. We understand a lot of people may be hurt and offended, but I know Riley Cooper. I know him as a man. I've been with him for the last three years and I know what type of person he is. That's what makes it easy, and at the same time, hard to understand. But easy to forgive him."