Hearing postponed for New Orleans Saints' Alvin Kamara, Kansas City Chiefs' Chris Lammons, two others until Aug. 1

LAS VEGAS — A judge held off a hearing Monday in a felony attack case including 2 NFL gamers and 2 other males implicated of significantly beating a guy at a Las Vegas bar the weekend of the Pro Bowl.

Attorneys for New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara, Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Chris Lammons and 2 other accuseds, Darrin Young and Percy Harris, requested more time to evaluate proof just recently turned over by district attorneys.

The 4 males did not need to appear in court face to face while Justice of the Peace Harmony Letizia set a brand-new date of Aug. 1. Each male stays complimentary on bond.

This is the 2nd time that the hearing has actually been held off. It likewise had actually been held off on March 8 till Monday.

Police have actually stated video proof programs Kamara put his hand on the supposed victim’s chest to stop him from stepping towards the elevator early Feb. 5 at the roof bar Drai’s. The male pressed Kamara’s hand away and Lammons punched the male, according to cops.

The male fell unconscious on the flooring and the accuseds supposedly stomped on his face, chest and legs, leaving him with facial fractures and injuries to his head, knees and arms.

Kamara played in the Feb. 6 Pro Bowl prior to he was jailed. Lammons turned himself in a number of days later on. Young and Harris were jailed Feb. 14.

The Associated Press added to this report.

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