According to LeSean McCoy’s agent, the Buffalo Bills running back may not see charges from his alleged assault until Wednesday. No charges were filed against him this week as the authorities investigated the incident in the Sunday morning hours.
McCoy and several of his friends, including former NFL player Curtis Brinkley, were involved in a fight with two off-duty Philadelphia police officers. The officers sustained serious injuries in the fight at Recess Lounge in Olde City.
According to reports, one of the officers suffered a skull fracture, while the other suffered broken ribs.
Captain Frank Banford told ESPN’s Mark Schwarz that charges were forthcoming. According to a police official, they informed ESPN that the district attorney’s office wanted to be thorough before determining possible charges.
McCoy has retained Larry Krasner, a Philadelphia attorney. Krasner has told ESPN’s Outside the Lines reporter John Barr that there would be “nothing before Wednesday” in terms of McCoy potentially turning himself in.
The longer no charges are files has to make one believe that he may not be charged. The district attorney will be the one that will officially make that decision, but right one, one has to believe it.
Usually, if you attack police officers, you’re arrested immediately — which the currently district attorney hasn’t done in the fight between the officers and McCoy and Brinkley, in an argument over a bottle of champagne.
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