Pat Kane rape investigation continues to develop

In this July 17, 2015, file photo, Chicago Blackhawks' Patrick Kane speaks with reporters during the NHL hockey team's annual convention in Chicago. The NHL says it is "following developments" of a police investigation involving Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane, Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015. (Daniel White/Daily Herald via AP, File)

HAMBURG, N.Y. (WIVB) — Attorneys on both sides of an investigation into Patrick Kane are moving forward with their respective clients. Right now Kane has not been charged with a crime.

Some expected Erie County District Attorney Frank Sedita to present evidence to a grand jury on Tuesday, but that didn’t happen.

Sources close to the case say the district attorney is doing more due diligence in his investigation.

A delay in presenting evidence to a grand jury could also involve the availability or willingness of a witness to testify. The district attorney must decide whether or not to seek a criminal indictment.

Kane’s agent went public Wednesday saying he believes the hockey superstar from Buffalo did nothing wrong.

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