In early April, it was announced that LeSean McCoy would not be charged over an alleged assault that took place at the Recess Lounge in Philadelphia. John McNesby, Fraternal Order of Police president, was not happy with the decision and wrote a letter to the attorney general.
This week, McNesby gave an update on the Buffalo Bills running back when he joined Angelo Cataldi on the 94WIP Morning Show. On the initial announcement about McCoy not being charged, McNesby said, “It came to a point where we were done screaming and yelling, you can talk about it so long,” McNesby said. “So we moved on to the — we requested an investigation, sent a letter to the attorney general. We did get a response and there is an active investigation as we speak, into that case.”
McNesby believes that the DA's office gave McCoy special treatment.
“Absolutely, he got red carpet treatment," said McNesby.
Although no word has gone from the attorney general, McNesby is confident that they'll find more on McCoy.
“I would bet the house, the dog, the wife, the farm and everything else,” McNesby stated.
For now, Bills fans, McNesby, McCoy, and everyone else will have to wait for the attorney general to conclude their investigation.null