PHILADELPHIA, N.Y. (WIVB) — Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane says she’ll mull over the investigation into star NFL running back LeSean McCoy.
McCoy, who formerly played for the Philadelphia Eagles before becoming a Buffalo Bill in a trade, is implicated in a scuffle in a private club which led two police officers to sustain injuries. Philadelphia’s District Attorney R. Seth Williams announced in April his office would not file charges after investigating the scuffle.
News 4 spoke with Pennsylvania’s Solicitor General who said Kane’s office will ask for Williams’ investigative files to review the case.
The review will allow the state’s highest prosecutor to consider whether or not charges are merited in the scuffle. It should take about two weeks for the files to be reviewed.
Williams said his office attempted to be fair in the investigation, however it turned up little evidence that would hold up in a courtroom.