Evander Kane’s trespassing, harassment charges dropped


A Buffalo judge has dismissed the charges Evander Kane was facing from an alleged incident at a local area bar last summer.

More, from the Buffalo News:

Paul Cambria, Kane’s attorney, said Tuesday night that the dismissal was the result of a plea agreement that was approved back in October by Buffalo City Court Judge Barbara Johnson-Lee, who ordered an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal of the charges.

“The time period expired and so the charges were dismissed and the record sealed,” said Cambria.

Kane was initially charged by Buffalo police with misdemeanor criminal trespass, non-criminal disorderly conduct and four counts of non-criminal harassment.

The charges came after an evening at the Bottoms Up club, in which three woman alleged Kane grabbed them by the neck and hair, while a bouncer at the bar also claimed to have had an encounter with the 25-year-old.

Kane was arrested on July 22, and later released. He pleaded not guilty in early August.